For Immediate Release
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Public Relations Office, (570) 208-5958
October 12, 2011 - More than 50 King’s College students recently travelled to the nation’s capital to participate in the third annual Career Day sponsored by the King’s Washington, D.C., Area Alumni Club (KWAC).
The 51 students attended an opening reception which featured guest speaker Congressman Lou Barletta. Twenty-three Washington-area King’s graduates hosted the students in their homes that evening.
The program the next day featured 17 speakers, almost half of whom are King’s graduates working in the Washington, D.C., area. Topics covered in the general sessions included an overview of private industry in the area, applying for federal jobs, ethical standards of government service, and career opportunities in the FBI and Veterans Affairs. Students also had an opportunity to participate in breakout sessions detailing job opportunities in the fields of insurance, financial research, banking, information technology and services, accounting, lobbying, education, and acquisitions and contracting.
Pictured in the first row, from left is Rhina Navarro, Karmen Matusek, Tina Lispi, Patricia Swope, Christine Malecki, Roni Gallo, Dana Abend, Jessica Marroquin, and Jennifer Orso
Shown in the second row, from left, is Alison Cheung, Navroz Cangoz, Kevin Eisenmann, Pat Moran, Robert Kopycienski, Nicole Rave, and Cynthia Darby
Pictured in the third row, from left, is Michael Glenn, Sean McEnroy, Rob Santopietro, Daniel Niedzielski, Stephen Foster, Noah Arslanian, and Christopher Urgiles
Shown in fourth row, from left, is Scott Pavone, Brett Mirigliani, Jess Kresge, Mike Toma, Leighanne Tompko, Maura Sweeney, Anthony Varrone, and James Flakker
Pictured in fifth row, from left, is Omar Tassin, Adrian White, Alisa Marino, Colleen Barr, Nicole Molino, Vito Rinaldi, Will DeFusco Mike Pierce, James Holland, Ryan Lawrence, Tom Meluskey, Chris Milewski, Dennis Loughran, Al Trinisewski, Molly Dahl, Terrance Wagner, Justyna Cerefin, Eric Vega, Janeen Arancio, and Paul Muzzio
King’s College is a Catholic College sponsored by the Congregation of the Holy Cross.