The Maureen A. Hartigan Forum is designed to provide our students with guidance, insight and practical interviewing skills as they embark upon their career in the field of education. This program examines a number of strategies for a successful job search including networking, obtaining interviews, interview skills, mock interviews, additional certifications, what to look for in an employment contract and what to expect in your first year of teaching. During this event you will have the opportunity to gain valuable information from our alumni speakers who are employed in the field of education.
The forum was established in 1988 by Anne Hartigan Flynn, Grace Hartigan Klinger and Catherine Hartigan McNicholl in memory of their sister Maureen A. Hartigan, to provide partial annual scholarship support to a full-time undergraduate student who has achieved sophomore, junior or senior status in the School of Education.
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Marillac Terrace, Queens Campus
The School of Education
2008-10 Centennial Celebration
The School of Education celebrates 100 years of preparing visionary educators.
Learn more about our 2008-10 Centennial.