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Job opening in Hastinsg (downtown advocate)...college grad who need work event: July 15 @ 7:30 PM
Release Date: July 03, 2014

As readers of this e blast know, I have a job club and have been assisting residents who are out of work by sharing job openings that I learn of with them. If you are out of work...if a family member is out of work and you would like to be on the list, please e mail me at pfeiner@greenburghny.com

PAUL FEINER

 

POSITION OPENING

 

Downtown Advocate for Village of Hastings-on-Hudson, New York

 

Part-time position to promote downtown. Work with stakeholders on promotions, events, volunteer organization, fundraising, public space enhancements. Assist Village as private contractor reporting to Village Manager $30,000/yr. Submit resume/cover letter: Village Manager, 7 Maple Avenue, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706 or villagemanager@hastingsgov.org. by Aug. 4, 2014.

 

TOWN OF GREENBURGH
177 Hillside Avenue, Greenburgh, NY 10607
Email: eskovron@albany.edu

 

 

COLLEGE STUDENTS & RECENT GRADUATES

TRANSITIONING FROM COLLEGE TO THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD DURING A TOUGH JOB MARKET – NETWORKING EVENT SET FOR GREENBURGH TOWN HALL JULY 15th 7:30pm 
 
Greenburgh, NY, June 30, 2014 – Spurred by her frustration with the dearth of internships and jobs for current college students and recent graduates, University at Albany honors student Elizabeth Skovron took matters into her own hands. She initiated a meeting with Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner and Greenburgh Town Clerk Judith Beville. The goal of the meeting was to find ways to help herself and her peers that are struggling to find employment or an internship in the tough job market. She and guest speakers are providing insight and welcoming others to share their ideas to brainstorm how college students and graduates can create more despite the tough job market.

 

"It's not easy for college graduates to find jobs these days," said Skovron in her recent interview with WCBS 880. "Due to this prevalent issue, I'm making it my job to gather innovative college students and graduates who are ambitious, curious and here to make it."

 

The Westchester County Business Journal wrote, "Skovron, who is an honors student and sociology major, said it can be a humbling experience for a college student who has made all the right moves have to come home and face daunting circumstances."

 

A networking event will be held on July 15th at 7:30pm at the Greenburgh Town Hall. If you are a college student or recent graduate interested in participating in this initiative, please email Ms. Skovron at eskovron@albany.edu. "Please encourage those who are optimistic and ready to find ways to transition from college to the professional world during the tough market to attend this event," added Skovron. "If you want more exposure and experience, come join me." Speakers including successful entrepreneurs will be presenting.  


For articles about this initiative, please visit:

 

WCBS 880 http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2014/06/13/soon-to-be-college-grad-from-greenburgh-takes-to-helping-peers-find-jobs/
Westchester County Business Journal http://westfaironline.com/63347/greenburgh-meeting-to-tackle-graduate-employment-crisis/
University at Albany http://www.albany.edu/news/51003.php

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