Linda Dulye to present at alma mater
Linda Dulye, a Syracuse University '77 grad, is heading back to her alma mater to present at her very own College of Arts & Sciences, to students interested in learning how to translate their liberal arts education into career success. During her interactive session, "Get Hired: Pump Up The Power of You and Your Liberal Arts Degree," Linda will address students on how to:
- Craf their career story
- Position their liberal arts education as a positive for prospective employers
- Prepare for job interviews
- Overcome career search challenges
Linda is also the founder of the Dulye Leadership Experience at Syracuse University--a skills-centric, professional development program for creating globally competitive, career-ready students. A passionate SU alumna with deep family ties to Syracuse University, Linda wanted to give back to her alma mater in a truly unique way. The program was launched in 2008, and today claims nearly 100 graduates and more than 25 faculty members.
Dulye is part of a rich family legacy at Syracuse University. The Carrier Dome Press Box is named in honor of her journalist father, Raymond J. Dulye (SU ’31). Linda’s brother, Raymond Jr., was a 1971 graduate of SU. Linda is on the faculty of SU’s Winston Fisher Seminar and serves as an adviser to the Syracuse University Athletics Department and Athletics Director Dr. Daryl Gross.
“I take great pride in my Orange roots and the opportunity to give back and make a difference,” says the Warwick, N.Y., resident, who is an active philanthropist and supporter of various local, state and national animal rescue causes.