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Molloy College and Community Leaders host Networking and Etiquette Dinner for Molloy's Rising Juniors and Seniors
The Molloy College Networking and Etiquette dinner was held on Monday, March 9th at the Seventh Street Café in Garden City. Molloy students were treated to an evening of fine dining and informative dinner conversation with experienced professionals. Four leading local professionals including entrepreneurs and Molloy Alumni dined with the students and shared their career journeys and experiences. The Molloy students heard presentations on dressing for success, dining etiquette and the importance of networking.
Molloy alumnus, Christine Block Padula, Human Resources Director for Leviton, with 6,500 global employees, gave the students a wealth of information in talent acquisition, applicant tracking, and job placement. Christine started at Leviton as a student intern, earning her MBA in Management in 2008 and her BA, Criminal Justice, in 2004 at Molloy College. Kris Cabrera, a 2008 graduate of Molloy College with a Bachelor's degree in Communications, discussed his experience in his rise from the initial interview up through the job ranks to Vice President of Sales and Advertising Director for DCW Advertising. Kris shared his well learned lesson at Molloy that "you only get one chance to make a first impression"!
Entrepreneur and Molloy adjunct communications professor, Marc Oppenheim, advised students on the value of online resources for job searching. Marc recently launched a new website, MEOjobsonline.com. MEOjobsonline.com is an online resource for career opportunities in media, communications and the arts. Recognized small business authority, Joe DeMicco, Founder and CEO of AIMG Website and Marketing Solutions, shard his executive experience with interviewing job candidates and the appropriate dress and demeanor during a job interview. Joe is an alumnus of the 'Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses' program and a frequent panelist and presenter for business to business cohorts. The Molloy students in attendance represented majors from diverse disciplines including criminal justice, business, nursing, and speech pathology. At the conclusion of the program and networking with the professionals, all students agreed that they better prepared for networking and interviewing.
Karin Murphy Caro - President BluChip Marketing & Founder TheDailyBlu.com
One of Long Island's "10 Coolest" speaks to students on "Interviewing and Networking". The event, sponsored by the Molloy Business Clubs, was truly an educational and empowering presentation for the attendees. Karin's wit and wisdom from her life experiences in marketing, branding, investing, charitable giving and parenting were inspiring. Karin's advice for the students - developing your own personal brand, surrounding yourself with a board, executing social media plans, and the importance of networking everywhere are strategies the students will have for life.
Thank you all for making Fall Career Day 2014 a success.
Career Ambassadors Tatiana, Clare and Diana at Career Development Center Table Day on October 8