Fifty King's College students recently participated in the fourth annual Career Day sponsored by the King's College Washington Area Alumni Club (KWAC) in Washington, D.C. The two-day event began with an opening reception. Twenty-two Washington-area King's graduates, ranging from the Class of 1950 through the Class of 2011, hosted the students in their homes that evening. The program the next day featured 20 speakers, almost half of whom are King's graduates working in the Washington, D.C., area. Topics included an overview of private industry in the area, applying for a federal job and career opportunities in the FBI and Veterans Affairs. Students also had an opportunity to participate in breakout sessions detailing job opportunities in the fields of insurance, financial research, banking, information technology and services, accounting, lobbying, education, law and acquisitions and contracting. Participants, from left, first row, are Tabitha Munlyn, Cassandra Turczyn, Jenny Gonzalez Monge, Kaitlin Murphy, Julie Musto, Amanda Lescowitch, Moria Swartz, Jessica Hildebrand and Taylor Brainard. Second row: Allison Baumgartner, Kelsey Mellert, Sarah Scinto, Katheryn Avila, Lindsi West, Jennifer Howell, Olivia Kirk-Jasulevicz and Kaitlin Bartley. Third row: Megan Lange, Lisa LaMaire, Kevin Tomaszewski, Jessica Aumick, Neil Keener, Eric Grego and Danielle Kean. Fourth row: Jenna Weisenborn, Jessica McHugh, Kirsten Strauss, Nicole Pierson, Ashley Panko and Jess Krzywicki. Fifth row: Christoffer Dunsmuir, Courtney Doty, James Tribie, Dom Daley, Ryan McGrady, Maureen Kinlan and Rebecca Taylor. Sixth row: Michael Savio, George Dilger, Kyle Carruthers, Steven Parsons and Melissa Benjamin. Seventh row: Kyle Garon, Tommy Armellino, Dave Javick, Brandon White and Antoine Basquiat.