L-Tron sits on Panel for RIT Graduate Career Symposium

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L-Tron was honored to attend this year’s RIT Graduate Career Symposium

 

 

L-Tron was invited to sit on the employer panel at this year’s RIT Graduate Career Symposium. The Saunder’s School of Business hosted the Career Symposium on Friday, August 25th. The event was free for all graduate students enrolled in the Saunder’s School at RIT. Other panelists included representatives from our neighbors, eLogic, and the EFPR Group.

Each year, the Saunder’s School of Business hosts the Symposium to help students advance their careers upon graduation. Students learn how to format and structure their resumes, how to utilize various resources throughout their job search, how to leverage Linkedin and Social Media, and how to properly prepare for an interview. This year’s employer panel focused specifically on the interview process. There were great questions surrounding company culture, being authentic in your interview and the best way(s) to follow-up with potential employers. Students were eager to learn what exactly employer’s were looking for in candidates. The panelists tried to drive home the point that students should be selective in their job search, and do some self-reflection to determine what exactly they were seeking in a company, employer or manager. Being a strong cultural fit can be equally (if not more) important than salary, benefits and many other job “perks.”

The RIT Graduate Career Symposium featured a day full of events. Activities included:

  • Resume writing
  • Handshake training
  • Research via the RIT libraries – and assistance with finding employers who want to hire
  • Networking lunch
  • Linkedin training
  • Case interviews
  • Employer panel on the interview process

About RIT – The Rochester Institute of Technology

 

RIT, or the Rochester Institute of Technology, was founded in 1829. RIT is a private, coed university with 8 colleges that emphasize career education and experiential learning. RIT calls Rochester, NY home and consists of approximately 15,410 undergraduate students and 2,350 graduate students. Majors at RIT include everything from Civil Engineering, Business Administration, and Mathematics Modelling to Fine Arts and Furniture Design.

 

RIT Graduate SymposiumAbout Julianne (Juli)

 

Julianne Pangal is currently a proud “Edu-Techie” at the L-Tron Corporation.

Previously, she has worked as the eCommerce Marketing Manager for a women’s athletic apparel company, as well as the Marketing Coordinator for an IBM Business Partner. At the L-Tron Corporation, Julianne works in a hybrid sales and marketing role. She manages conferences/tradeshows, assists the digital marketing team, creates content, and is often the first point of contact for customers.

After going through the interview process more times than she can count, Julianne was most attracted to L-Tron because of their commitment to company culture. The L-Tron Corporation pushes employees to be individual leaders, allowing them to follow their passions and find their niche at the company. Employees are encouraged to share their ideas, and every voice is heard from day one. Each team member is responsible for leading the projects they care about and are encouraged to find where they excel. L-Tron also has a company culture that is devoted to giving back to the community. Julianne has had the ability to support local organizations like the RPD & Bivona Child Advocacy center, and consistently gives time to the ROC Discovery School reading program.

 

 

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