Meets at 10 a.m. on the last Saturday of each month (unless noted), in the Lowenstein Center, Lincoln Center campus.
- Trends in the market place
- Job search activities
- Role of the internet
- Resume writing
- Open discussions
No registration or fee is required.
For questions or more information, contact Nick at 516-678-5970 or Bob at 201-307-9327.
For more than 15 years, Bob Miller has been sharing advice and professional expertise with Fordham alumni through the Career Continuance Support Group, which meets once a month on the Lincoln Center campus.
The seed for the group was planted in 1994, when former co-director, the late Nick O'Neill, FCRH '55 was looking for a new job. He contacted Miller, his old friend and former classmate, who since 1980 had been running a career outplacement and
consulting service. After landing a new job, O'Neill said, he "suggested to Bob that we team up and do a little something for Fordham."
That quickly grew into a successful career-counseling and support program that has reached more than 1,500 alumni since 1995.
Each month, participants are offered career guidance, moral support and a wealth of practical advice relevant to those who are out of work, contemplating a career change, or searching for more