|Sports Business Career Fair at Manhattanville College Opens Doors to Prominent Organizations|
|Tuesday, 08 November 2011 09:59|
Purchase, NY— Manhattanville College School of Graduate and Professional Studies Sport Business Management Program is hosting the area's only Sports Business Career Fair for anyone interested in breaking into the profession. The keynote speaker for the event is Ross Greenburg, former President of HBO Sports.
"The annual sports business career fair has become the place where students can connect with hiring managers from many organizations in the sports industry, including teams, leagues, agencies or associations," David Torromeo, Director of the Sport Business Management Program, said. "The students who have attended in years past have had tremendous success and our exhibitors, like ESPN, USTA, New York Islanders and others look forward to being here."
The Sport Business Management Program is a 36-credit Master of Science degree program. It provides individuals with the necessary knowledge and business skills to assume a leadership role in sports management. The course work provides an interdisciplinary approach to the study of sport management intended to provide a thorough foundation in sport and business while allowing flexibility for students to explore a wide variety of opportunities within the field.
About Manhattanville College:
Manhattanville College (www.manhattanville.edu) is an independent, co-educational liberal arts institution whose mission is to prepare students, through rigorous academic and co-curricular programs, for ethically and socially responsible service and leadership within a global community. Located just 30 minutes from New York City, Manhattanville serves 1,700 undergraduate students and 1,000 graduate students from 66 countries and 33 states. Founded in 1841, the College offers more than 50 undergraduate areas of study in the arts and sciences and offers graduate programs in Education, Business, Writing, Liberal Studies, and Continuing Education.
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