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    Events

    Mix and Mingle!

    The Washington, DC, metro area is a great place to be, especially for Syracuse University alumni. A variety of local Syracuse events are scheduled regularly, giving you the opportunity to connect with alumni, as well as visit with University faculty, administrators, and special guests and share your Orange pride!

    Whatever your interest, check back often for details, and mark your calendar. And be sure to connect with us on Facebook and Twitter for regular updates!

    Upcoming Events

    Greenberg House Career Days
    Monday, June 19-Thursday, June 22
    Greenberg House is hosting a four-day career services event for the entire SU in DC family. For prospective students and parents, join us for sessions focused on helping you stand out from other applicants during the college application process. For current students and alumni, learn more about tech jobs in the public sector during a lunch panel and network at an evening reception emphasizing leveraging your alumni connections. More information on specific sessions listed below. To register for any of our Career Day offerings, click here. For more information, please contact the Greenberg House at 202-797-4678 or suindc@syr.edu

    "The College Search" and "Personality Assessment"
    Monday, June 19
    6:00-8:00 p.m.
    Greenberg House
    Washington, DC
    Want to learn more about your personality? Join Tracy Tillapaugh and Julie Walas Huynh to learn about who you are and how that relates to your college and career path. We’ll use crayons, assessments, and work together to gain more knowledge about YOU and how you fit in to the worlds of college and career! *Intended for alumni who are parents of prospective students and their children*

    "Tech Jobs in the Public Sector"
    Tuesday, June 20
    11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
    Greenberg House
    Washington, DC
    Interested in leveraging technology in your career? Presented by the iSchool, this discussion features alumni working in tech roles in the public sector. We’ll take a closer look at the tech involved in keeping DC moving. Panel moderated by Cameron Dixon G’13.

    "Building a Resume" and "Essay Preparation"
    Tuesday, June 20
    6:00-8:00 p.m.
    Greenberg House
    Washington, DC
    Otto the Orange has a resume, do you? In this second session of college preparedness seminars, Tracy Tillapaugh and Julie Walas Huynh will discuss how to write a college resume, brainstorm ways to make your college essay stand out, and submit strong admissions applications. *Intended for alumni who are parents of prospective students and their children*

    "Leveraging your 'Cuse Connection"
    Wednesday, June 21
    6:30-8:30 p.m.
    Hotel Monaco
    Washington, DC
    An alumni networking reception featuring a panel discussion with current students, Generation Orange and established alumni who have successfully navigated the DC landscape. Guests are encouraged to mingle and enjoy refreshments after the panel has concluded.

    “Meet the Dean: Breakfast with iSchool Dean Elizabeth Liddy”
    Thursday, June 22
    8:00-9:30 a.m.
    Greenberg House
    Washington, DC
    Interested in enhancing your skill set for today’s competitive job market? Look no further than a new master’s degree from the iSchool. Applied Data Science and Enterprise Data Systems launched this Spring to modernize our curriculum to match today’s market needs. Join us for a breakfast to hear how iSchool degrees can help skyrocket your career.