Latin Business Today in partners with Manhanttanville College Tompkins Mahopac Bank, Steiner Sports and Sir Speedy
Explore the many careers options in entrepreneurship and sports business. Proven sports and Latino entrepreneurs will share insights are how to get started and how to grow your business. Free to those who want to make a career change.
Sports business keynote speaker: Brandon Steiner and a panel for entrepreneurship (SBM Adjunct Adrienne Lopez moderating
Adrienne Lopez Director, Talent Relations at HLNTV New York, New York Media Production. Previous: Cm productions, Manhattanville College, Nuvo-tv Education: Antioch school of Law
The Latino Entrepreneurship panel moderated by Ed Randall- Ed Randall is a longtime New York radio and TV personality and published author. He is a regular contributor to the anthology shows on MLB Network.
- Carlos Bernard, President Sir Speedy, Pleasantville, NY
- John Kraus, SrVP, Tompkins Mahopac Bank
- Walter Rivera learn how he started his/her business
The Manhattanville College Sports Business and Entrepreneurial Career Fair will be held at Reid Castle on Friday, Nov. 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The sports business career fair at Manhattanville College is one of the premier events of this kind in the area….Hiring managers and leaders from the sports world will convene for the seventh annual New York Metro area sport business career event. This event was developed by the Manhattanville Sport Business Management Degree Program, and is being offered to anyone interested in pursuing a career in the $500 billion sport business industry.
More than 30 hiring managers will be on hand, including numerous sports teams, leagues associations and agencies.
“We are pleased to continue to offer this event, free of charge, as an outgrowth of our successful Sport Business Management graduate program at Manhattanville,” said Dave Torromeo, director of the Sport Business program at Manhattanville.
“Based on the sport business curriculum we have developed, our convenient location, and relationships with the sports business leaders, hosting events like this is a natural and we believe offering these events provides an invaluable tool for the industry and for students interested in a career in sports, and represents an important step in promoting awareness of opportunities in an exciting, growing, competitive marketplace.”
Along with its 9-year-old Sport Business Management graduate program, the college has expanded its offerings with a Sport Studies undergraduate program, and a Dual Degree for both making Manhattanville the best destination to learn all areas of sports related curriculum.
The career fair is open to the public and free of charge.
From last year:
Premier sponsor and Tompkins Mahopac Bank
The Forum is free…for more information call Dave Torromeo 914.323.5301 David.Torromeo@mville.edu or LatinBusinesToday.com/tools or call Manhattanville College at 914-694-2000
Premier sponsor Tompkins Mahopac Bank
- ANC SPORTS
- SIRIUS/XM SPORTS
- NEW YORK METS
- ESPN 1050 RADIO
- OCTAGON SPORTS MARKETING
- UNITED STATES TENNIS ASSOCIATION
- WEBSTER BANK ARENA
- MANHATTAN SPORTS BUSINESS ACADEMY
- OVERTIME (WME ENTERTAINMENT)
- TMK ENTERTAINMENT
- UNITED WORLD SPORTS
- HUDSON VALLEY RENEGADES
- TRILOGY LACROSSE
- ROCKLAND BOULDERS
- THE TOPPS COMPANY, INC.
- SPORTS COURTS
- STEINER SPORTS
- NBC SPORTS
- CHARGED FM
- BRIDGEPORT BLUEFISH PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL
- NATIONAL LEGACY GROUP
- NEW YORK LIFE
- LATIN BUSINESS TODAY
- TOMPKINS MAHOPAC BANK
- WESTCHESTER HISPANO
- NEW YORK LIFE
- NEW YORK COSMOS
- FUTURE SPORTS BUSINESS EXECUTIVES
- FAIRFIELD COUNTY SPORTS COMMISSION
- GOOD SPORT SOLUTIONS
- FANS 4 the Cure
- WFAN RADIO
- AdCorp/Latino AdCorp
Join US 10am at the Reid Castle, Manhattanville College, 2900 Purchase St., Purchase, NY 10577
“We absolutely will be attending! Looking forward to another successful event last year. We had a lot of interest.” Michelle Piechowski, The Topps Company, Inc.
“I got my job at the USTA due to the career fair I attended several years ago.” Brad Freeman
“The United States Tennis Association will attend the career fair, we love your events!”
Marybeth Interdonato, Senior Manager, Human Resources at USTA
“I wanted to inquire and see if we’d be able to set up a booth for MSBA like we did last year. The event was a lot of fun and extremely rewarding.” Lorne Segall