Path Interactive to Host SUNY Albany Students for Danes in NYC Program

Sara Molnick January 9, 2017 Category Agency News

Path Interactive is excited to be hosting undergraduate students from The University at Albany for the “Danes in NYC” event at their Flatiron-based office in NYC on Tuesday, January 10th . The Danes in NYC program is geared towards providing undergraduate students the opportunity to meet with professionals and get a feel for the work they do. Undergraduate students attending the event will be a mix of both juniors and seniors with an interest in marketing and business. The Danes in NYC program is an initiative spearheaded by Office of Career Service Department at The University at Albany, whose role is to help students with their career path and development.

 

As alumni from the University at Albany, Sara Molnick and Shaun McIntosh, will be leading the event along with the CEO of Path, Michael Coppola. Individuals from different departments at the agency, including the business development, marketing, analytics, and creative departments will take questions from students in a Q&A session as well. Sara Molnick graduated from the University at Albany in 2012 with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and Shaun McIntosh graduated in 2013 with a Bachelors degree in Economics.

Voted by the 2016 Best Places to Work by Ad Age, Path is devoted to giving back to the community as a part of the Path Care Initiative. Path Interactive hopes to provide students with insight into how a digital marketing agency in NYC operates and share with students what it takes to be successful in marketing.

To learn more about the Path Cares Initiative or to schedule an activity with us, please send an email to [email protected].

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