Veterans Career Opportunities Forum - Oriskany, NY, US
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BNY Mellon VETNET Career Opportunities Forum.
BNY Mellon's Veterans Network (VET NET) employee resource group is sponsoring a career opportunities forum for veterans in their Oriskany office:
BNY Mellon VET NET Career Opportunities Forum
June 13, 2017
11:00 am to 1:00 pm
6023 Airport Road, Oriskany, NY 13424
*Tour the new Innovation Center
*Learn about the VET NET employee resource group and BNY Mellon's commitment to veterans
*Learn about career opportunities
*Meet BNY Mellon leaders and get valuable advice on starting your career in financial services.
THE INVESTMENTS COMPANY FOR THE WORLD
BNY Mellon is an investments company that provides investment management and investment services that help individuals and institutions to invest, conduct business and transact in markets all over the world. Started by Alexander Hamilton in 1784, BNY Mellon is one of the longest-lasting financial institutions in the world.
Attendance is limited.
ALL WHO WISH TO ATTEND MUST PRE-REGISTER TO ENTER THROUGH BUILDING SECURITY.
To ensure that you will be able to take advantage of this great experience designed to broaden your knowledge of the financial services industry and to enhance your career management skills in the corporate environment, email your resume to David.Balfe@bnymellon.com.
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