College to Help Graduates Hone Business Networking Skills

Student interns Nick Mazzone and Esther Nieves join William Moynihan, chair of the Northern Essex Community College board of trustees, during a recent business event.

Upcoming Northern Essex Community College graduates have an opportunity to begin rubbing elbows during the college's first annual student networking night Thursday, May 14..

This special career-oriented event take places from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Hartleb Technology Center at 100 Elliott St., Haverhill. It offers spring, 2015, graduates the chance to speak with local employers and experts in their fields of study, all over an assortment of light refreshments and presentations. Business casual attire is required.

“Networking nights serve as perfect opportunities for emerging professionals to boost their career prospects and broaden their knowledge about life after college,” said a college spokesperson.

In order to participate, students must register online at www.eventbrite.com/e/necc-graduates-networking-event-registration-16003661382. Students are also advised to register for a free “Networking Skills for Career Success” workshop. Registration forms are available through NECClink at www.necc.mass.edu/workshops.

For additional information, please contact Deb LaValley at (978) 738-7436 or [email protected].

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  1. Yes, during the “rubbing elbows” event, Moynihan informed them all they have to do is donate to Beacon Hill cronies like he did, especially to his pal Brian Dempsey. How this event can be affiliated with anyone who is associated with The Massachusetts Department of Probation deserves some scrutiny. Of course, since Beacon Hill cronies specifically made anti-patronage laws ostensibly non-existent here, “pay-to-play” continues, and the “unindicted “co-conspirators of Beacon Hill remain free.It’s unfortunate these kids are being lied to about their prospects.