Sage to host Fourth Annual Capital Region Career Expo

May 1, 2014 at 10:57 am

ALBANY, NY – The Sage Colleges will host the Fourth Annual Capital Region Career Expo on Thursday, May 1 on the Sage College of Albany campus. Sage’s School of Management has partnered with Time Warner Cable and Clear Channel to host area businesses and job seekers or those looking for a job change. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with more than 50 hiring area employers, meet with representatives from The Sage Colleges and other local schools, and attend professional development workshops, including:

·         Resumes That Will Get You Noticed, presented by Amanda Spring, assistant
          director of career planning, Sage College of Albany

·         Putting the "Network" into Social Networks: Leveraging Social Media for
          Career Success
, presented by Allison Villeneuve, assistant director of career
          planning, Russell Sage College

·         Interview Like A Pro and Get the Job You Want, presented by Mike Breslin,
          assistant director of MBA and MS career resources, Rensselaer Polytechnic

·         Get Credit for What You Know: Using Prior Learning Towards College Credit,
          presented by Diana Hawkins, academic adviser, SUNY Empire State College

The Career Expo will be held in Kahl Campus Center. Workshops will take place from 2-4 p.m. followed by the career and college fair from 4-6 p.m.

For more information about the expo visit

Media Contact: Deanna Cohen, director of external relations, The Sage Colleges
                          (518) 244-4593 (O), (518) 598-4927 (C), email:

Interdisciplinary academics, community engagement, international exposure, and artistic and athletic endeavors are among the pillars of the educational experience at The Sage Colleges. Sage enrolls more than 3,000 students in bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs at the coeducational undergraduate Sage College of Albany in Albany, N.Y.; the undergraduate Russell Sage College for women in Troy, N.Y.; and the graduate-level Esteves School of Education, School of Health Sciences and School of Management, with programs on both campuses.