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Focus on Career Success After Graduation

Focus on Career Success After Graduation
More than 500 students participated in The University of Scranton’s Career Expo, which was held on campus Sept. 22. From left are human resource studies majors Brianna Harding and Caroline Checca.

Several events during the fall 2016 semester focused on career success after graduation, including a career fair and a talk by a New York Times best-selling author. In total, 106 organizations and 522 students participated in the University’s semi-annual Career Expo, organized by the University’s Gerard R. Roche Center for Career Development. 

New York Times best-selling author Jeff Selingo, a native of Wilkes- Barre, offered advice and insights to current and prospective college students and their families, including things to consider in selecting a college, strategies to make the most of the college experience and ways to leverage the experiences gained to impress potential employers. His tips were based on numerous interviews with executives who hire college graduates, which he conducted in preparation for his The New York Times best-selling book, There IS Life After College. Selingo is a Washington Post contributing writer and former editor of The Chronicle of Higher Education.

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