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November 15, 2017 – Forty King’s College students recently attended the annual two-day Career Day hosted by King’s Washington, D.C., Area Alumni Club (KWAC).

Students were able to attend career presentations, many of which were given by King’s alumni working in the Washington, D.C., area. Some of the general topics covered were opportunities in the intelligence community, applying for federal jobs, and careers in health care. 

Students then had the opportunity to participate in breakout sessions to conduct more concentrated discussions on their career. Topics that were covered in the breakout sessions were resume and interview pointers, investing, financial services, and how to get started in government and politics. 

Student participants pictured, Row 1 from left, are: Sadie Read, Ashley Simpson, Liz Novak, Ciara Leynes, Jordan Pray, Keshena Benbow, Maggie Bentkowski, and Caroline Jones. Row 2: Evelyn Tocco, Kendra McCoy, Jenna Trentalange, Alicia Gregus, Cassi Holbrook, Charlotte Yelnosky, and Matthew Tavaglione. Row 3: Hayleigh Hanson, Nicole Velona, Garrett Gorol, Alex Church, Theodosia Seasock, Caycee Karpinski, Ashlyn Mattis, and Stefano Pernisco. Row 4: Peter Lombardo, Mohammed Albagme, Keegan Williamson, Andres Garzon, Vanessa Castillo, Maggie Jones, Chris Fazzini, Mike Prociak, Danielle Thomas, Francesca Trottini, Austin Dobleman, Brian Steiger, Tanner Hale, Edwin Paramo, Matthew Basile, Michael Duncklee, and Marcal Beaudry.