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Where Siena Students Work Across the U.S.

Posted By Allison Turcio | February 28, 2017 students-work-preview.jpg

Successful Saints are sprinkled across the U.S. (Try saying that five times fast...) Attorneys, account executives, CEOs, interior designers, editors, medical directors, producers and more are making names for themselves in big cities, small towns and everywhere in between. Want some specifics about your potential alumni network?

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Q&A With A Siena Alum (And Founder of Metabolic Meltdown): Matt Phelps '02

Posted By Allison Turcio | January 31, 2017 Matt-Phelps2-preview.jpg

At Siena, our close-knit community doesn’t end after graduation. In fact, we love staying in touch with our thousands of alumni who constantly impress us with their achievements. This month we caught up with Matt Phelps ‘02, who took his English degree to a level that may surprise you...by opening up a gym. Find out how his Siena education and values strongly influence his growing business.

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Where Saints Work

Posted By Katie Szalda | March 31, 2016

One of the key factors to consider when deciding where to go to college is: Will I gain the skills and experience I need to be employed in my field of study? At Siena, the answer is a resounding 'yes.' How about some proof?

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Q&A With a Siena Alum (And Co-Executive Producer at NBC): Tom Mazzarelli '93

Posted By Julia Hess | January 5, 2016 Q&A with a Siena Alum: Tom Mazzarelli '93

If you've heard anything about the Siena community, you know we have a reputation of being closeknit. What does that mean for you as a prospective student? It means that when it's time to choose your path, thousands of Siena alumni will be the ones holding doors open for you. Tom Mazzarelli ’93 is no exception. Find out how his broadcasting career began with a little help from a fellow Saint.

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Advice from Kate (Strang) Gutmann '90 for prospective students

Posted By Michelle Lansing | May 29, 2015

Whenever our alumni come to town to talk about their roads to success, Siena students are all ears—eager to hear how they made it to the top. One of our recent special visits was no exception, especially because this specific alum happens to be an upstate NY native and is currently a leader at a major company; one that she actually started interning for during her Siena days! Meet Kate Gutmann '90.

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Q&A with a Siena alum (and J.Crew COO!): Jim Scully ’87

Posted By Michelle Lansing | January 30, 2015

One of the many great features of this blog is our Q&A sessions with impressive Siena alumni. We know how important it is for students to know where our graduates end up—and we love to catch up with them! This month we chatted with Jim Scully ’87, an English-major-turned-COO (of J.Crew, might we add!). Want to know how his education from Siena helped him get there? Read on.

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Q&A with a Siena alum: Jacqueline Lennon ’13

Posted By Tara Heffernan | January 16, 2015

Take a few moments to think about your interest in volunteer work. If leading community change through service is always top of mind—something that matters more to you than a lot of other commitments in your life—then you should know about Siena College’s Bonner program. 

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Q&A with a Siena alum: Toby Sorge ’06

Posted By Michelle Lansing | December 14, 2014

Like we said last month, we’re continually impressed with where our graduates end up and the accomplishments they’re achieving. And because it’s important for you to know where Siena alumni go, we’ll keep writing about them here. This month, we chatted with Toby Sorge ’06, who was recently selected as a Master Teacher through the Master Teaching Project.

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