You have a friend in me: the importance of mentors

Posted in on March 30th, 2016 by .

Quote about mentoring on image of girl staring into distance

By Vanessa Salman ’17 In any group setting, whether it be your sorority, work, or an internship, there is always going to be someone there with more experience, more exposure, and knowledge than you. I can’t stress enough how important it is to lean on these people for guidance. It’s okay to ask questions or... Read more

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Top Tips to Make the Most of Your Internship

Posted in , , on July 15th, 2015 by .

Internship panel hosted by the Lubin House and Syracuse University Career Services

By Jennifer Pluta and Lucy Rodgers A few weeks ago, Syracuse University in NYC hosted a program in partnership with Career Services called “Making the Most of Your Summer Internship.” Attendees heard from a fantastic panel of alumni, including: Josh Books ’11, Nielsen Catalina Solutions Daniel Greenberg ’13, MediaLink Josh Levy ’10, William Morris Endeavor... Read more

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Orange Central: a phenomenal chance to meet alumni!

Posted in , on October 8th, 2014 by .

Relive your days at SU during Orange Central 2014!

By Kim Brown ’06, Assistant Director for Alumni Programs Have you heard? Orange Central is this week! Our Office of Alumni Relations welcomes everyone to celebrate their love of Orange – and with so many alumni visiting campus, it’s an incredible opportunity for students to make amazing career connections with alumni who want to help... Read more

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A Syracuse Success Story at Success Academy

Posted in , , , on April 9th, 2014 by .

By Kate Hansen-Roxas, Class of 2001 Usually when I tell people what I do, I get blank stares. “I’m the Associate Director of Network Operations at Success Academy Charter Schools!” I say. “Come again?” they say. So then I explain: Success Academy is a network of 22 public charter schools in New York City that... Read more

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Looking Ahead: Majors, Workshops, & Fairs

Posted in , , on March 5th, 2014 by .

By Magnolia Salas Spring break is around the corner and we are sure you are looking forward to a week-long rest. But as you get ready to pause, don’t pause in your job or internship search. Take the time next week to build new relationships, discuss your career aspirations with friends and family and reflect... Read more

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As @WorkingOrange Turns ONE, Alumni Share Their Best Advice

Posted in , , , , on January 14th, 2014 by .

By Kim Brown, Assistant Director of Alumni Programs On January 14, 2013, we launched @WorkingOrange. One year and 100 guest alumni tweeters later, the account has grown to more than 2,600 followers. This is the first of two blog posts looking back on the first year of @WorkingOrange. Thanks to all of you for making... Read more

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#GECuse: Advice from SU Alumni at GE

Posted in , , , , , , on September 10th, 2013 by .

General Electric is taking over the SU campus this week! On Wednesday, September 11, GE will be here to connect with students and share information on their leadership development programs. GE will host tables in various academic buildings from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., conduct office hours in Career Services (235 Schine) from 1:00 p.m.... Read more

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Alumni weigh in: what to expect after graduation!

Posted in , , on July 9th, 2013 by .

We asked Syracuse University alumni for some advice on what you can expect, as well as what you should do to be successful in your first year of employment after graduation. Here’s what they had to share: On Twitter: @KristySmorol: I would say expect to keep learning. While college classes give you a GREAT step... Read more

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Alumni weigh in: what to expect after graduation!

Posted in , , on July 9th, 2013 by .

We asked Syracuse University alumni for some advice on what you can expect, as well as what you should do to be successful in your first year of employment after graduation. Here’s what they had to share: On Twitter: @KristySmorol: I would say expect to keep learning. While college classes give you a GREAT step... Read more

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Be the WISEst you can be

Posted in , on April 10th, 2012 by .

By Rayna Linowes, Class of 2013 Sport management major Rayna Linowes shares how being involved on campus has helped her professional development. I have come to recognize the need for a strong attitude if one expects to succeed in life. “It’s all a mental game,” was how my high school track and field coach would... Read more

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