More than 100 students gathered for the 2014 New York City Career Connections event over winter break to visit with a few well-known employers and network with more than 30 Oswego alumni who live and work in the metro-New York area. Selected students visited one of four employers: Madison Square Garden, a sports, music and
Whether through an Oswego Alumni Association Alumni-In-Residence presentation, an Alumni Sharing Knowledge mentorship or events like New York City Career Connections, alumni connections mean opportunities for current students.
Joe Yacura ’74 was looking for someone to do research into wineries’ presence on the Internet in preparation for the launch of his new website, winerypatron.com. So he contacted School of Business Dean Richard Skolnik. It wasn’t the first time Yacura had given students an opportunity for real-world experience. Two years ago he had three business majors doing research into the wine industry in the Finger Lakes area.