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Oce Business Services CEO Delivers Keynote to Students of New York City College of Technology

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO--May 16, 2006-- In a keynote address which kicked off the 2006 Job Expo at New York City College of Technology of The City University of New York (City Tech), Joseph R. Marciano, President and CEO of Oce Business Services, shared with an audience of approximately 800 students, faculty and alumni, some of his personal insights and lessons learned about being successful in business and in life. Abstaining from a traditional center stage keynote, Mr. Marciano interacted with the audience in the Klitgord Center Auditorium as he offered his thoughts on the value of hard work, professional development and the importance of ethical behavior. Based on solid life experiences, Mr. Marciano also focused on the value of a steadfast determination to set oneself apart; the effects of treating people in all levels of an organization with courtesy and respect; and the power of believing in oneself, setting high aspirations and creating, rather than waiting for, good luck. "Mr. Marciano delivered a wonderful and insightful keynote to our students, advising them on values that can have a profound effect on the success of a person's business and personal life," said Dr. Jerome H. Blue, Interim Vice President for Research, Governmental and Corporate Relations, New York City College of Technology, The City University of New York. "Mr. Marciano demonstrates the mentoring skills we look for in our speakers and our students appreciated his personable demeanor and sincerity." At the conclusion of his speech, Dr. Blue presented to Mr. Marciano a Certificate of Appreciation honorary plaque. Each year, City Tech's job expo begins with a keynote address from a business leader, after which soon-to-graduate seniors are given the opportunity to interact with representatives from companies recruiting to fill positions. The 2006 Job Expo took place on Thursday, April 27, 2006. City Tech serves more than 12,000 degree-students and an additional 14,000 others who participate in the College's continuing education offerings. The largest public college of technology in New York State, City Tech prepares its graduates to meet the technological demands of the 21st Century workplace. The 57 registered baccalaureate, associate and specialized certificate programs offered by the College allow graduates to pursue careers in the technologies of art and design, business, computer systems, engineering, entertainment, health care, hospitality, human services, the law-related professions, career and technology teacher education, and the liberal arts and sciences.




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