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SUNY Oswego sophomore, junior and senior students are invited to an exclusive networking event with alumni and recruiters from Central New York companies on Wednesday, Oct. 3.

The event, titled Central New York Career Connections, will be held at Oswego's Syracuse campus, 2 S. Clinton St., from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Free transportation will be provided from Oswego. Pre-registration is required.

“A diverse range of career fields will be represented through some of our top alumni living and working in the Central New York region,” said Stephanie Lamb, a 2007 Oswego graduate and associate alumni director. “Making connections will help our students learn about internships, co-op and job opportunities - and the value of the SUNY Oswego alumni network.”

In addition to the evening networking event, the day will feature an earlier site visit to C&S Companies, headquartered in Syracuse. The tour will be led by the company’s president and chief operating officer, John Trimble, who is also a SUNY Oswego Engineering Advisory Board Member. The event will consist of a panel of alumni and employees of C&S, working in various departments within the company.

C&S is an award-winning engineering and design firm that has led some high-profile projects across Central New York, including the $63 million Syracuse Airport terminal renovation and expansion, and the design and construction of Lakeview Amphitheater.

“With offices across the country and positions specializing not only in engineering and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), but also in business, communication, public relations, marketing and more, we believe this site visit will be a draw for a diverse range of students,” Lamb said.

Students should register online for both the site visit and the evening networking event. Deadline to register is tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 28.

Questions may be directed to Stephanie Lamb at or Career Services at 315-312-2255.

CNY Career Connections is made possible by the Oswego Alumni Association with support from The Fund for Oswego, and by the Career Services Office.