Altogether, 21 employers were on-hand for the event, with professional fields ranging from nursing, to radiologic technology, to sonography, to veterinary technology, and more. Also, over 65 students attended the career fair.
Coach Greg Sammons was proud of the team, noting, “This is the single biggest haul of medals we’ve brought home from one event. We will be closely watching the three remaining venues as archer Jay Lawrence prepares himself for the Indoor Final in Louisville.”
Alfred State offers free peer tutoring services for most courses. Peer tutors are students who have earned an “A” or “B” in a course and have received special training. Sessions are usually face-to-face, but online tutoring may be arranged upon request.
Tickets cost $5 for students and $10 for the public.
Alfred State was one of only 18 colleges in New York State honored with the silver-level distinction or higher. This signifies that Alfred State is a school that scored within 20 percent of the 10th-ranking school in its category.
An entrepreneur, philanthropist, and civic leader, Golisano graduated from Alfred State in 1962 with a degree in general business management. In 1971, he founded Paychex, a leading national provider of payroll, human resource, and benefit outsourcing solutions for more than a half-million small and medium-sized businesses.
Proceeds will benefit culinary student scholarships. No reservations will be accepted. For more information, contact Mary Ellen Wood at 607-587-3170.
“It was amazing to watch my team move as one and think like one,” Austin Clay said. “The teamwork and coordination from the players are what carried us to victory.”
Alfred State alumnus Kevin Conklin is the focus of a recent online article by Upstater Magazine.
The seventh annual Alfred State Special Olympic Track & Field Spectacular was honored by the National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators (NADIIIAA) as the Runner-up in the Special Olympics Activity Category for the second straight year.