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Stop by ASA College’s Manhattan Campus on September 28, 2012 for our OPEN HOUSE and Career Coaching Session. Our advisors will be available to help you communicate professionally and expand your reach in the competitive global market. All interested individuals are welcome to attend, take the opportunity to explore your career options with ASA!

Activities include:

Interview tips and skills

Resume preparation

ESL and College program presentation

Mid-Mon Festival celebration

Details:

Date: 9/28 (Friday)

Time: 1:00-3:00PM

Address: ASA College

1293 Broadway, 2ndFl

Event Contact: Ms. Victoria Zhang – (212)672-6486

Transportation:

From Flushing-take 7 Train to Queens Borough Plaza, take Q/N stop at 34 St or To 74 St, take F train to 34 St

From Chinatown or Brooklyn-Take B/D/F/N/Q/R stop at 34 St

From uptown or downtown-Take 1/2/3/A/C/E stop at 34 St (7th Ave), walk to 6Ave and 34 St.

 

ASA COLLEGE OPEN HOUSE

 

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