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Student-Athlete Career Night February 26

The Alumni Relations Office of Career Services is looking for additional alumni athletes to participate the Student-Athlete Career Night on Tuesday, February 26, from 7-9 p.m. in the Kelley Center on campus.

‌Now in its third year, the event has become a Fairfield tradition. Every semester, alumni athletes from a variety of varsity sports and careers come back to campus to assist current students develop career and relationship-building skills. Former athletes from Fairfield swimming, soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, volleyball, golf, and baseball teams will be part of this event.

Since the first Career Night in 2010, Fairfield student-athletes have come to look forward to this event and acknowledge the important connections they make with alumni.‌

‌‌‌Michael Miller '87 is the alumni speaker for February's Student-Athlete Career Night“We’re here to try and help them think about their futures after Fairfield,” said Michael Miller ’87, who will return as the primary speaker at the event. Miller is a motivational speaker and founder of ReallyMotivated.com.

After hearing from Miller, student-athletes will have the opportunity to go through a speed networking exercise with more than 20 alumni athletes with careers in fields such as financial services, marketing, and communications.  There will also be some attorneys and entrepreneurs in the mix. Students will practice their skills and learn from alumni about how building their networks has helped them further their careers.

Please contact Julie Tuozzoli ’85 if you can join us.

Last modified:  Wed, 13 Feb 2013 14:27:00 EST

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Student-Athlete Career Night February 26
Student-Athlete Career Night February 26
Student-Athlete Career Night February 26

The Alumni Relations Office of Career Services is looking for additional alumni athletes to participate the Student-Athlete Career Night on Tuesday, February 26, from 7-9 p.m. in the Kelley Center on campus.

‌Now in its third year, the event has become a Fairfield tradition. Every semester, alumni athletes from a variety of varsity sports and careers come back to campus to assist current students develop career and relationship-building skills. Former athletes from Fairfield swimming, soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, volleyball, golf, and baseball teams will be part of this event.

Since the first Career Night in 2010, Fairfield student-athletes have come to look forward to this event and acknowledge the important connections they make with alumni.‌

‌‌‌Michael Miller '87 is the alumni speaker for February's Student-Athlete Career Night“We’re here to try and help them think about their futures after Fairfield,” said Michael Miller ’87, who will return as the primary speaker at the event. Miller is a motivational speaker and founder of ReallyMotivated.com.

After hearing from Miller, student-athletes will have the opportunity to go through a speed networking exercise with more than 20 alumni athletes with careers in fields such as financial services, marketing, and communications.  There will also be some attorneys and entrepreneurs in the mix. Students will practice their skills and learn from alumni about how building their networks has helped them further their careers.

Please contact Julie Tuozzoli ’85 if you can join us.

02-13-13 02:27 PM

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