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Please excuse our appearance as we conduct a “hard reset” on our soft launch of the new page,

After several years of hard work and community service we are pleased to finally be launching our new webpage,, with more interactive, user-friendly features and accommodations for our wonderful readers and sponsors. The new page will also help make our future events more accessible to our increasing group of out-of-state members.

The official launch is scheduled for the holiday season. Please excuse our appearance as we work diligently to make this exciting transition.

Many thanks to all our 200,000+ viewers as well as our mentors and sponsors! Your ongoing support is truly the best gift we can ask for!

Lipon…. Pulling the plug on the page for a few weeks, dear friends. We will be posting our updates on our old site for the next few weeks. We will be posting our updates on our old site while repairs are made. Many thanks for your understanding and continued support.

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2017HYP Job Board

Welcome to the 2017HYP Career Expo Job Board!

Whether you’re planning to attend the Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater NY for the Expo or to tune in from home, we’ve got job opportunities available for you through our network of recruiting agents and nonprofit organizations! 

(listed in alphabetical order by industry and company)

NOTE: some links list MULTIPLE positions and may require a little extra browsing.


Architecture & Interior Design, NYC (Multiple) 

Canon U.S.A., IT PCI Architect

Museum of Art & Design, Faculty & Administrative (Multiple)

Princeton University, Architecture Historian (Tenure-Track Faculty)



All Area Realty Services, Accounts Receivable Associate

Alley Recruits, VP of Operations

Alley Recruits, Operations-Focused Financial Controller

Bank of America, Career Opportunities

Canon U.S.A., Treasury Manager

Goldman Sachs, Finance, Controllers, Reg Capital & Reporting Review, Analyst/Associate

Group Nine Media, Sales Assistant

Nestle, Seasonal Sales Associate (Multiple)

Nestle, Compliance Manager, Gerber Life Insurance

Parker & Lynch, Financial Analyst (Multiple)

Popular Bank, Career Opportunities

Sharp, Major Accounts Exec.

Staples, Account Executive

Staples, Sales Positions (Multiple)

Staples, Managerial Positions (Multiple)

Staples, Print & Marketing Associates (Multiple)

TD Bank, Career Opportunities

Workable (BOSTON), Account Executive – Sales

Workable (BOSTON), Account Manager – Sales

Workable (BOSTON), Sales Development Representative

Workable (BOSTON), Sales Development Representatives Manager

Yardi/Propertyshark, Account Executive, NYC

Yardi, Assoc. Technical Account Manager (Multiple, Long Island)

Yardi, Consultant (Long Island)


Faculty & Administrative

Columbia University, Faculty-Level Positions (Multiple)

Cornell University, Faculty & Program Coordinator, Architecture

D.G.K. Greek Parochial Elementary School, Office Manager

Drexel, Faculty & Administrative Positions (Multiple)

The New School, Associate Professor of Design Practice and Theory

NYC DOE, Special Education Instructors, P.S. 58Q

NYC DOE, Principals/APs

NYC DOE, Teaching Positions

 NYC DOE, Administrative Positions

NYU, Faculty & Administrative Positions (Multiple)

Pace University, Faculty-Level Positions (Multiple)

Pace University, Administrative Positions (Multiple)

Princeton University, Architecture Historian (Tenure-Track Faculty)

Renaissance Hotel, Director of Engineering

St. John’s University, Faculty-Level Positions (Multiple)

St. John’s University, Director of Development, School of Education

St. John’s University, Program Coordinator, Academic Support Services 1

St. John’s University, Program Coord., Academic Support Services 2

Teachers College, Faculty & Administrative Positions (Multiple)

Thornton Tomasetti, Architect – Property Loss Consulting

Thornton Tomasetti, Bridge Inspection Team Leader

Thornton Tomasetti, Façade & Building Envelope Site Inspector

Thornton Tomasetti, Junior Technical Architect



Canon U.S.A., Technology Counsel

Columbia University, Administrative Positions (Multiple)

Goldman Sachs, Legal Council/Analyst

Media Sales & Business Development (Multiple)

Metropolis Realty Inc., Administrative Assistant

Metropolis Realty Inc., Executive Assistant

Metropolis Realty Inc., Filing Representative

Metropolis Realty Inc., Office Services

Metropolis Realty Inc., Project Manager/Asst. Mgr.

Nestle, District Manager

Parker & Lynch, (ELITE) Law Firm Revenue Controller

Regeneron, Associate Director, Compliance Counsel/Attorney

United Nations, Legal/Diplomacy/Executive (Multiple)

Workable (BOSTON), Commercial Contracts Attorney – Sales



Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Clinical & Research, Multiple)

Lexington Medical Center (Multiple)

Personal Trainer, New York Sports Club Forest Hills

Regeneron, Clinical/Research (Multiple)

SoulCycle, Corporate (Multiple)

SoulCycle, Front Desk Staff (Multiple)

SoulCycle, Instructor Auditions



1-800-BARTEND (Multiple)

AC Hotels, Administrative & Staff (Multiple)

Apollo Theatre Internship Program

Autograph Collection, Administrative & Staff (Multiple)

Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Executive/Managerial (Multiple)

Courtyard by Marriott, Administrative & Staff (Multiple)

Edition Hotels, Administrative & Staff (Multiple)

Grand Hyatt Hotel, Administrative & Staff (Multiple)

Group Nine Media, Event Planner

Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Administrative & Staff (Multiple)

Millennium Hotels and Resorts, Administrative & Staff (Multiple)

Park Hyatt Hotels, Administrative & Staff (Multiple)

The St. Regis, Administrative & Staff (Multiple)

The Ritz-Carlton, Administrative & Staff (Multiple)

W Hotels, Administrative & Staff (Multiple)

Westin Hotels, Administrative & Staff (Multiple)



Creative Design Listings, NYC (Multiple)

SPECIAL: Google London! Technical Specialist, Ads & Technical Services

Group Nine Media, Associate Graphic Designer

Group Nine Media, Creative Strategist

Group Nine Media, Media Planner

SPECIAL: Huffington Post UK, Executive Editor

Marketing & Communications Listings, NYC (Multiple)

Executive Operations & Strategic Media Planning, NYC (Multiple)

Media Production (Creative/Technical/Administrative), NYC (Multiple)

St. John’s University, Digital Media Producer

Writing/Editing, Media & Communications, NYC (Multiple)



Anchor Realty (General)

Modern Spaces, Commercial & Investment Sales Agent



Joe Coffee (Part-Time, Multiple)

Nestle, Retail Merchandiser (QUEENS, NY)



Canon U.S.A., Building Management System Engineer

Canon U.S.A., Environment Management System Specialist

Canon U.S.A., Facilities Coordinator II

Canon U.S.A., Logistics Specialist Associate Home-Based Satellite TV Technician/Installer

Goldman Sachs, Electronic Trading Strats Compliance, Quantitative Software Engineer, Analyst/Associate

Goldman Sachs, Financial Engineering/VP Deposit Modeler 

Nestle, Database Analyst

Nestle, Production Technician

Thornton Tomasetti, Forensic Structural Engineer

Thornton Tomasetti, Forensic Structural Engineers (Multiple)

Thornton Tomasetti, Project Engineer

Thornton Tomasetti, Project Engineer/Senior Engineer, Bridge Design 

Thornton Tomasetti, Senior Forensic Structural Engineer

Thornton Tomasetti, Senior Project Engineer or Associate – Bridge Design

Thornton Tomasetti, Structural Engineers (Multiple)

SPECIAL: Workable (ATHENS), Frontend Engineer

SPECIAL: Workable (ATHENS), Machine Learning Engineer

SPECIAL: Workable (ATHENS), Python Software Engineer

SPECIAL: Workable (ATHENS), Rails Developer



Apollo Theatre Internship Program

Bank of America, Campus/Student Programs

Bloomberg, Internship Program

Bloomberg, Opportunities for New Grads

Columbia University Student Resources

Drexel, Student Employment/Opportunities

Goldman Sachs, Student Programs

Libra Group, Internship Program

Nestle, Student Apprenticeship

NYC DOE, Internship Opportunities MEDIA Internship Opportunities

Regeneron Student Opportunities (Research & Development)

Regeneron, Internship Opportunities (Multiple)

St. John’s University Student Resources (Multiple)

Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Internship Program

Yardi, Internship Opportunity

United Nations Internship Opportunities


OTHER (Full Time/Temp)

American College of Greece (Educational/Technical/Admin., Multiple)

Goldman Sachs, Career Opportunities (HR/Securities/etc.)

Nestle, Customer Support Specialist

NYS Department of Corrections (Multiple)



For more opportunities, contact our colleagues at
Addison Group, Nonprofit People Search
Nonprofit HR (DC Metro)Sound Change, Stylempower
and Philo4Thought 
who are available for you today!



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Many thanks to all those who took the time and effort to help us compile this year’s Job Board and to those who take the time to support our events and educational initiatives through the donation of time, resources and financial support. For a full list of our event sponsors, please click on the following link: Expo Announcement & Sponsors


Dress for the Life You Choose

It’s important to look your best to make a lasting and positive impression on others, but must we spend a fortune to do so?

A few years ago I worked with a young professional who was about to graduate from a very prestigious MBA program. He had just gotten married to a very stylish young lady and was still in debt from their engagement and wedding. Every day he wore a very simple uniform (Khakis and executive plaid, compliments of The GAP) and ate a small Tupperware’s worth of lunch while surfing the internet. Presuming that he was either working or studying over his lunch break, one afternoon I suggested he go out for a walk and enjoy the day. “Take a break for once.”

TimingThat’s when he shared that over his lunch break he browses for his dream wardrobe — the one he will buy as a gift to himself upon graduating, when he doesn’t have to be a student worker. “See this? This is what my friends all wear to work. I want to look like that. I’ve been saving up. If you want to look and be successful you have to dress the part.” He was just biding his time to purchase the first item on his list — a $1,000 watch. 

At first I thought he was joking, but he then went on to explain how he did this for specific status items: His wife’s favorite earrings (and matching engagement/wedding bands), their home, his dream watch, and so on.

I’d honestly never thought about it — I was preparing to become a college professor and a writer — but really, when we dress for work we’re expected to reflect certain messages. It’s essential to look confident, knowledgeable, successful, and approachable no matter what type of job you have in order to be taken seriously among your clients and peers. 

With this in mind, there are certain things to take into consideration:

cchprofessionals(1) Know the environment: A job in an executive firm, administrative office, a fitness center, an educational facility, a construction site, the ballet… each profession has a type of costume or uniform that is appropriate for that milieu. Know how to dress the part.

Five hundred replicas of the Stormtroopers characters from "Star Wars" are seen on the steps at the Juyongguan section of the Great Wall of China during a promotional event for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" film, on the outskirts of Beijing, China, October 20, 2015. REUTERS/Jason Lee

(2) Wear the clothes, don’t let the clothes wear you: It’s so important to let yourself shine through by picking clothes that suit you (pun intended). No matter what your friends, colleagues or mentors are wearing, don’t just become their clone. See how they dress but pick a style, size and color palate that best suits you. (Not sure how to gauge what works best for you? Contact Tavia Sharp of Styled Sharp for a consultation.)

(3) Have the essentials without spending a fortune: While my colleague was systemically paying a fortune to impress his peers, it’s best to be reasonable about building your wardrobe. Know what you need to have to make a good, positive impression versus what you want to have in order to impress.

For Women: The following are recommended (fitted, not tight)…
— A Coat/Trench (Winter/Spring)
— Tailored Jacket
— Suit (Winter/Spring)
— Pants (Winter/Spring)
— Pencil skirt(s) (watch the hemline)
— Basic Blouse (watch the neckline…)
— Silhouette Dress (watch the neck/hemline)
— “Work Jeans” (at least one nice pair for Casual Friday)
— Work Flats
— Work Heels
(Click here for additional tips.)

For Men: The following are recommended (fitted, not tight)…
— A Coat/Trench (Winter/Spring)
— Tailored Jacket/Blazer
— Suit & Suit Separates (Seasonal Vests/Pants)
— Basic Dress Shirts
— Dress Pants (watch the hemline)
— “Work Jeans” (at least one nice pair for Casual Friday)
— Work Shoes
— Dress Shoes
— Ties
(Click here for additional tips.)

Appropriate accessories include a reliable watch plus choice of belts, ties, jewelry, etc. that suit your position, personality and environment. (To make a positive impression it’s good to be original, but not over the top.)

Colors and patterns should be in keeping with the season. Standard business attire include shades of black, blue, grey, beige and white with some pops of color to suit the season and your personality.

A nice wardrobe does not make up for poor personal hygiene. “Sound body, sound mind” is a Greek expression passed to us by Thales of Miletus (ca.600BC). Your overall appearance is a reflection of your confidence but also of your mental health and aptitudes. 

(4) What makes your outfit look great? POSTURE, POSTURE, POSTURE! Even if you’re wearing a newly tailored Armani and driving a Lamborghini (or, you know, a Maserati if you’re really slumming), if your posture does not look confident no one will take you seriously. Know how to “Walk the walk.”

(5) Be ABLE to walk the walk: Related to #3 and #4 above, I’ve seen both guys and gals wear shoes and other clothing items that kill them just because they’re a name brand. Before you splurge on a temptingly high-end item just remember that you won’t impress anyone if you look like you can’t walk towards them in shoes that cause as much pain as an Iron Maiden (or constantly fidgeting with some part of your outfit).