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Students can meet and network with Lafayette alumni over dinner and get exposure to jobs, career paths, and industry trends at a dinner panel featuring government and law graduates 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 10, in the Faculty Dining Room, Marquis Hall. The event is open to all majors.

Panelists will include a senior director of Wexler & Walker Public Policy Associates, a bi-partisan government lobbying firm in Washington, D.C.; a real estate manager with Maaco Enterprises, an auto collision repair center with locations nationwide; the director of information services at Covanta Energy Corporation, an international firm that converts municipal solid waste into renewable energy based in Fairfield, N.J.; and a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

Career Services chooses topics for its dinner panels based on student interest and rotation through the majors offered at Lafayette. The government and law alumni panel offers students the chance to learn about careers in the field from alumni who have extensive experience and knowledge and are eager to help current Lafayette students.

“It will give students insights on what they can do with their major and how to apply their skills in settings outside of government and law,” says Alana Gallo, assistant director, Career Services. “It also will give them the opportunity to meet alumni and share information about working in different career fields.”

Space is limited to about 40 students. A $10 refundable deposit is required. Interested students must RSVP to Career Services, x 5115, by Wednesday, Oct. 5.

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