Activities Night and Network on the Go on board for Wednesday evening

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students at Activities Night

Students at a previous Activities Night in Dods Grove.

Spectrum Entertainment Board invites all SUNY Fredonia students, faculty, and staff to Activities Night on Wednesday, Aug. 30, from 6:30 until 8:00 p.m., at Dods Grove.

The event is hosted each semester as a great opportunity for students to get connected and involved by becoming familiar with student organizations that Fredonia has to offer. The Student Association currently recognizes over 150 clubs, and most of them will have representatives on-site at Activities Night.

Students will be able to sign-up for clubs and speak with club members. Those who cannot attend Activities Night can still get involved by visiting FREDconnect for more information.

The Career Development Office is also hosting a mini job fair during Activities Night, Network on the Go, with more than a dozen employers. It is a great opportunity for students to talk informally to employers about internships, part-time jobs and career opportunities. All students, first-year through senior year and beyond, are invited and encouraged to establish relationships with prospective employers, and community partners. Students should log-in to FREDNetwork with their e-services credentials to learn more about each employer. 

In the event of rain, the event will be moved inside to the Steele Hall Fieldhouse and announcements will be made. 

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