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Saturday, March 2, 12:30-5:00 PM, Williams Hall 2nd Floor

What is your next step when it comes to planning your career and future? Seniors where are you going after you graduate? For others, what are you doing to prepare for your future?

Join us for 20/13, a conference for students, alumni and friends of the College to share their expertise. Meet professionals in a variety of professions as they talk about their experience. The conference is free, refreshments will be served, and students can win a number of door prizes including Senior Week Passes, portfolios, business card holders. All students from every class year and major are welcome to attend.  Professional attire is expected.  Please register for this event using your eRecruiting account

Onsite check-in begins at 12:30PM

1:00 - 2:00PM Concurrent Workshops:

  • Understanding Benefits, Mark Coldren, Associate Vice President Human Resources, Ithaca College 
  • Surviving the First Year on the Job, Jonathan LaChance 10 ICU RN in a Level II Trauma ICU, United Health Services Wilson Medical Center, Maria Winters DiMarco'11, Project Manager, Ithaca Content Architecture and Design, Allison Usavage'11, Director of Business Development, Ancient Wisdom Productions, Jeffrey Bush'10, Private Equity Analyst, DeltaPoint Capital Management, LLC., Robert Crawford '10, Equity Research-Global Strategies Group, Manning and Napier Advisors, LLC
  • Marketing Yourself Beyond Your Resume, Sherry Burford’73, Consultant and Owner of Horizons Career Coaching
  • Is Graduate Study Right for You?  Amanda Lippincott, Professional Development Coordinator, Humanities and Science, Ithaca College
  • Job Search in 2013:  Using Social Media? Arthur L. Catalanello’90 Marketing/Marketing Research/Social Media Consultant to Small Businesses 

1:00-1:30PM Concurrent Workshops:

  • Authentic Networking  John Fracchia, Associate Director of Career Services, Ithaca College
  • 11-1/2 Tips for the Successful Job Search, Amy Brown’94, Workforce Specialist, Workforce New York 

1:30-2:00 PM Concurrent Workshops:

  • Why be Involved as an Ithaca College Alumni, Deb Mohlenhoff ’92 Director, Student Center and Student Activities at Tompkins Cortland Community College
  • Moving Home After College Nikki Lynn, Career Counselor, Career Services, Ithaca College
  • Negotiating a Salary Offer, Bonita Lindberg, Director Organizational Development at Albany International

2:00-3:00PM Concurrent Workshops:

  • Financial Literacy, Carl Sgrecci ’69 Vice President of Finance and Administration, Ithaca College
  • Surviving the First Year on the Job, Jonathan LaChance 10 ICU RN in a Level II Trama ICU, United Health Services Wilson Medical Center, Maria Winters DiMarco'11, Project Manager, Ithaca Content Architecture and Design, Allison Usavage'11, Director of Business Development, Ancient Wisdom Productions, Jeffrey Bush'10, Private Equity Analyst, DeltaPoint Capital Management, LLC., Robert Crawford '10, Equity Research-Global Strategies Group, Manning and Napier Advisors, LLC
  • Marketing Yourself Beyond Your Resume, Sherry Burford’73, Consultant and Owner of Horizons Career Coaching
  • Owning Your Job Search: Thoughts and Perspectives from HR. Amber Alpizar, Human Resource Manager, Quintilles

2:00-2:30 Concurrent Workshops:

  • What to do in a Gap Year, Bailey Regan ’12, Leadership Programs Coordinator, Ithaca College
  • Why be Involved as an Ithaca College Alumni, Deb Mohlenhoff ’92 Director, Student Center and Student Activities at Tompkins Cortland Community College

2:30-3:00 Concurrent Workshops:

  • 11-1/2 Tips for the Successful Job Search,  Amy Brown’94, Workforce Specialist, Workforce New York, Ithaca
  • Negotiating a Salary Offer, Bonita Lindberg, Director Organizational Development at Albany International, Syracuse, New York

3:00-3:30 Keynote Presentation: Gifford Pinchot III, CoFounder and President of the Bainbridge Graduate Institute

Gifford believes that entrepreneurship releases energy in the direction of deep personal values. Similarly, intrapreneurship is a tool for releasing the creativity, values and entrepreneurial spirit of people who work in large corporations. “When you free people from fear and bureaucratic restraint, they are likely to choose innovation projects that serve their deeper values,” says Gifford.

With the success of his books such as The Intelligent Organization and Intrapreneuring, Gifford has spent most of his career teaching intrapreneurship at large multinational companies (IBM, Shell, Ford, HP, Texas Instruments, DuPont, and others), government agencies, and non-profits.

Gifford has taught intrapreneuring and sustainability at Yale, Harvard, MIT, the University of Colorado, many of the universities in Washington state and over 20 other major universities.

Gifford was recently interviewed by Rainmakers TV to explain Intrapreneurship and sustainable business as taught at BGI: 

3:30- 4:30 PM  Speed Sessions with Experienced Professionals (Students can have conversations with professionals for 20 minutes in small groups)

  • Diane Bradac, Director Tompkins County Workforce Development,
  • Amber Aplizar'01, Human Resource Manager, Quintilles
  • Bonita Lindberg, Albany International
  • Amy Brown’94, Tompkins County Workforce Development
  • Mark Coldren, Associate Vice President for Human Resources
  • Deb Mohlenhoff ’92 Director, Student Center and Student Activities at Tompkins Cortland Community College
  • Lynn Quigley, Faculty Member, School of Business
  • Arthur L. Catalanello’90 Marketing/Marketing Research/Social Media Consultant to Small Businesses
  • Sarah Glogowski, Adult Services Librarian, Tompkins County Public Library
  • Kevin Morrin, Director of Membership Services and Public Relations, Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce
  • Ammitai Worob, DC &  Owner, Sea Change Family Chiropractic
  • BJ Bliss '99, owner, Cayuga Lake Cruises & Corks & More
  • Amie Hendrix, Director, Tompkins County Youth Services
  • Sarah Glogowski, Adult Services Librarian, Tompkins County Public Library
  • Bill Dwyer, Point of Sale Support Manager, The CBORD Group
  • Scott Wiggins, Owner, LaTourelle Resort & Spa  
  • Adria Finch '07 Economic Development Specialist, Downtown Committee of Syracuse, Inc.
  • Ben Sear, Park ’05, Account Executive, Butler/Till Media Services
  • Maria Romeo Livingston, Director of Marketing & Business Development, HOLT Architects, P.C.

4:30 - 5:00  Networking Reception with refreshments & awarding of door prizes  

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact John Bradac at jbradac@ithaca.edu or (607) 274-3365. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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