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Queens Schmoozapalooza - Networking SocialApril 11, 2014 4:30 PM - 6:00 PMCrown Room - Levine Center, Queens University of Charlotte
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In today's job market, it is often who you know and how you are connected that will allow you to land the job of your dreams. Join us for a dynamic professional networking event where Queens graduating students and alumni from all majors mix, mingle and network with employers from a variety of top organizations! Whether you looking for a new career opportunity, seeking connections or want to learn about a new industry, this is the perfect event for you. Bring plenty of business cards, your elevator pitch, a firm handshake and a smile. Snacks and beverages will be served.
Participating organizations include:
Allstate Insurance Company * AXA * Bank of America * Bobcats Sports and Entertainment * Care Ring * Carolinas HealthCare System * CEO, Inc. * Charlotte Center City Partners * Coca Cola Bottling Company Consolidated * Digital Prospector * Electrolux * Fifth Third Bank * March of Dimes * MetLife * Navex Global * North Carolina Bank and Trust * Northwestern Mutual * Regus * SwimMAC * The Cornwell Center * Time Warner Cable * Wells Fargo and many more!
This event is co-sponsored by Queens Alumni Relations and Internship & Career Programs. For questions please contact Emily Pinkerton, Director of Alumni Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or Angela Tsuei-Strause at email@example.com
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