Meet Alumni in the Government, Policy & Law at the NYC CONNECT Virtual Networking Night

Looking for ways to grow your professional network over break without leaving the comfort of your own home? The NYC CONNECT Virtual Networking Night is the
perfect opportunity to meet Alumni in a variety of different industries. These connections can benefit you for a lifetime! 

Networking Night takes place on Tuesday, January 5 from 6-8 p.m. in the Remo Virtual Conference Platform – 150+ alumni in the greater NYC area attending.

Register by Sunday, January 3 in hireBING to make sure you don’t miss out on this opportunity to explore a variety of careers through small group conversations with alumni, advice on how to land that position you’ve always wanted and gain insight on working in specific roles or industries.

Many alumni working in the Government, Policy and Law Industry have registered to attend the Networking Night, including:

Steven Canner ‘86, Harpur College- Political Science
Partner, Baker McKenzie
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Marc Bekerman ‘89, Harpur College- Mathematical Sciences
Principal, Law Office of Marc S Bekerman
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Ethan Binder ‘15, Harpur College- Philosophy, Politics and Law
Assistant District Attorney, Bronx County District Attorney’s Office
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Scott Feuer ‘90, Harpur College- Psychology
Attorney, Rivkin Radler LLP
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Susan Boyle ‘78, Harpur College- Environmental Studies
Senior Environmental Consultant, GEI Consultants

Beatrice Leong ‘06, Harpur College- English
Divorce Attorney, Kleyman Law Firm
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Rebecca Liebowitz ‘13, Harpur College- Psychology
Associate Attorney, Liebowitz Law Firm, PLLC
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View the full list of attending alumni here

Register in hireBING by Sunday, Jan. 3 and attend Networking Night to win a $15 e-gift card! The Remo link will be distributed to students who registered in hireBING on Monday, January 4. 

If you have questions about the NYC CONNECT program, please contact cityconnect@binghamton.edu. 

 

By Nikkolette Sather
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