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Education Expo

Teacher?          School Counselor?      School Psychologist?

Administrator?            Speech Language Pathologist?

If any one of these careers sound like your future and you will be certified by August 2015, then I encourage you to be a part of EdExpo!

EdExpo offers the opportunity for students to network with employers in the field of education. The EdExpo Pre-Registration RSVP deadline is April 10th. You can pre-register on eCareerCenter by visiting and once this is done you will be able to have a speedy entry into the event, a printed EdExpo name tag, and weekly updates with tips for the event, as well as a list of the registered employers. Of course, we encourage everyone to come (with or without pre-registration).

EdExpo will be held at The Century House | 997 New Loudon Road Latham, NY 12110 |

The event will take place from 9am – 12pm on Thursday, April 16, 2015.

Networking with employers can allow for future connections when beginning the job search process. If you are currently in search of a job, bring your resume, and be ready for possible on-site interviews with the professionals you meet at EdExpo. It is recommended that for EdExpo you bring: a professional folder, pen, and numerous resumes. Remember to arrive as early as your schedule allows in order for you to have the most beneficial day.

Student Teaching this semester?  EdExpo can be an excused absence as long as you work out the details with your cooperating teacher.  Talk to them as early as possible so you can make time in your schedule to attend this event.

Not sure if EdExpo is for you?  Read this Chronicle article from Art Education Alum Becca Maile for a little motivation.

The Career Center appreciates you taking time out of your day to be a part of our event.

-Courtney Pray

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