Thursday, November 12, 2015

Network and Interview in NYC, DC, Boston and LA this winter break!







The Career Center is pleased to announce Career and Internship Connections (CICs) 2016!




What are the Career and Internship Connections (CICs)?

CICs are career fair and interview days in NYC, DC, Boston, and Los Angeles held over the January break.  The events have a morning career fair and afternoon interviews (that you apply for AHEAD of time – by 11/30/15).

Why should I go?

Many of these employers will not be traveling to our campus, but will be happy to meet with you in their local city. These events are an excellent opportunity to network and interview face-to-face with prospective internship and full-time employers.


INTERNSHIPS AND FULL-TIME JOBS!!!

CIC events allows students to network and interview with companies in New York, Washington DC, Boston, Los Angeles! This is the 17th year of the consortium events (it includes 17 other schools). Last year's events boasted over 350+ employers and more than 500 job and internship postings!


UR STUDENTS SUCCEED!

Every year UR students:
  • Submit the most job applications
  • Get the most interview offers, and
  • Pick up the most add-on interviews at the events!

This is because not only are you great candidates, but our Career Center runs these events from employer registration through interview processing! Based on last year’s data, the BEST way to snag an interview is to apply by the November 30th deadline.

Student Registration Now Open!

Registering for the events early means you’ll get updated information on the events, employers attending, and jobs posted. You can also create search agents to send you postings in particular cities and/or fields, follow employers and events to get notifications and updates, and a host of other cool Handshake platform features.

You can register for the 2016 CICs by:

  1. Logging to Handshake (http://rochester.handshake.com) Go to “Fairs” to Register for the CIC events
  2. Search job/internship postings right in Handshake by searching for “CIC”! (you can also narrow this down by event if you put in the event name ex: DC CIC) Jobs will continue to be posted until November 25th, so keep checking back
  3. You can also submit your resume to resume books by career field and event location, you’ll see these come up in your “CIC” search

Visit www.cicevents.org and click on the cities to get the lists of companies registered thus far. As always, the Career Center is ready to assist as you create resumes, navigate Handshake and prepare for CIC interviews.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Join our team as a PEER CAREER ADVISOR!

Click here to apply or search "Peer Career Advisor" in Handshake to locate the job posting.

Peer Career Advisors (PCAs) are trained and supervised student employees who provide career development assistance on a peer-to-peer level through the University of Rochester's Gwen M. Greene Career and Internship Center. They hold essential roles in the office and serve as liaisons between students and staff. Primary PCA responsibilities include:
  • Staffing drop-in hours advising students via resume and cover letter critiques, assisting students with our new Handshake system and other resources and supporting peers with the internship/research/job search process
  • Serving as Student Ambassadors representing the Career Center at events and programs such as Career Fairs, Employer Info Sessions, Alumni Networking Nights. PCAs are first impression managers who may periodically work our front desk and present to student groups and organizations through programming initiatives. 
Why become a Peer Career Advisor?
  • Assist fellow UR students and become part of the Career and Internship Center team!
  • Strengthen resume and cover letter writing, networking and interview talents and learn to market your degree
  • Have opportunities to network with career professionals and on-campus recruiters
  • Enhance valuable communication, active listening, presentation and leadership abilities
  • Gain in-depth career related knowledge and skills to enhance your own chances of securing internships and jobs!
  • Under new leadership, YOUR Career Center is undergoing an exciting transformation. Apply to be a Peer Career Advisor and be a part of that change for your University and your Career Center! 
Read about some of our current PCA's here!

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Work on that Handshake of yours!

Get the most from your Handshake Account!

First, you have to login at http://rochester.joinhandshake.com (click current students, enter your netID and password) - Boom you're in. (if you're not in, shoot an email with your details to amber.graham@rochester.edu and we'll get you set up)

NUMBER ONE - PROFILE
Update your profile right now. Get your major in there, your grad date, experience, student organizations, etc. The first time you login it's actually going to walk you right through all of this, so snag 10 minutes and get it done. You can also build your profile from a resume if you have one already created.

Do you have a preferred nickname or another name you go by? Put it into the Preferred Name field so your applications, name tags and more have the right name on them!

NUMERO DOS! - CAREER INTERESTS
Once you have your profile all set, make sure to set your CAREER INTERESTS.
  1. When you're on your profile screen, in the upper right go to "Account" 
  2. In the mid-left column (under Account Information) select "Job Interests"
  3. Put in locations you'd be interested in working (including home, Rochester, and any place else that you'd consider relocating to)
  4. Check off some industries you're exploring or pursuing (these are the type of company you'd work for)
  5. Check off some job functions (this is what you'd do in your job or internship)

Dì sān - DOWNLOAD THE APP!
Heck yeah there's an app for that! Unfortunately it's currently only available for iOS, but an Android version is in the works! For iPhone and iPad users, it's available in the App Store by searching "Join Handshake" (make sure you get the app with the blue and yellow icon, not the orange one). Then you can check your appointment, events, and even apply for jobs on the go!












Want more? Get some HelpJuice!

Handshake has some pretty great articles on their HelpJuice site that will get you through everything from account set up to scheduling interviews! You can also always stop into the Career and Internship Center on the 4th Floor of Dewey Hall during drop-in hours, M-F 1-4pm!

Special Thanks to Alycia Abbott, Events and Recruiting Assistant, and Amber Graham, Associate Director, for their input on this post.

How Handshake is changing the game for your job or internship search!

If you've received an email, scheduled an appointment or attended an event at the Career and Internship Center this year, you've probably heard about "Handshake." But what the heck is it, and why should you be excited about it?

  
What is Handshake?
Handshake is a new generation of job and internship search software that the Career and Internship Center implemented this summer. Designed with student users in mind, it looks similar to Facebook, and has a whole host of cool features designed to make your career "stuff" easier to navigate.

Features include:
Logging in and Profile Building
  • Easy Login with your NetID and password - No more confusing extra accounts!
  • Student Profile Builder - When you build your profile, you can upload a resume and Handshake will autofill in your experience and other sections
  • Public Profile options - Set up a public profile so employers can find you! Also if you apply for a job, you want your profile to look solid so if an employer clicks on it, they'll see the information you WANT them to see. 
Events and Reminders
  • Event and appointment reminders - Automatically come to your email so you don't forget anything!
  • More Career Fairs! You can see on-campus Career Fairs, but also any public career fairs open to students in New York State!
  • Career and Internship Connection events are now integrated! These career fair + interview days in October (Engineering) and January (NYC, DC, Boston and LA) will show up right in your main Handshake account, and you manage RSVPs, applications and interviews all in one place.
Custom Newsfeed and Notifications
  • Machine learning - Like Facebook and Google, Handshake uses machine learning to constantly tailor your news feed to YOU! The more you use it to look at event, jobs, employers, etc the more the news feed will show stuff relevant to your interests!
  • You can follow interesting employers and get notifications when they post jobs or join events
  • Flexible notification preferences- You can turn on and off most notifications, and choose if you want them to push to your cell (see the mobile app info at the bottom), notify you right in Handshake, or send you an email. 
Access to other Online resources
  • Resource Library - Articles in this section include access to CareerShift, Vault, GoinGlobal and a host of other resources! 
Postings, Employer Information, and more!
  • We have nearly 2000 employers registered in Handshake, and they're posting an average of over 150 new jobs and internships a week!
  • Flexible search options -  Full-time, part-time, by job function, by industry, keywords or majors. More ways to narrow down your search than you can shake a stick at!
  • If an employer doesn't have a posting, you can still look them up, find company information, and sometimes event a contact to reach out to! 
Check it out by logging in today! You can also learn more about updating your profile in our next article!


Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Law School Night on 9/28


Don't miss your chance to speak with representatives from law schools across the country!

Join us
Monday, September 28th 
6:00-7:30pm
May Room, 4th Floor Wilson Commons
University of Rochester River Campus

To view the list of attending law schools, log into Handshake at https://rochester.joinhandshake.com

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Apply for Interviews at the ETCIC (Deadline Extended to 9/20!)

  5th Annual New York City ETCIC
Friday, October 9th
AMA Conference Center - 1601 Broadway (entrance on 48th St.), New York, NY

Looking for a job or internship in engineering, computer science or IT? Attend this special off-campus recruiting event in New York City this fall! The event format features both a career fair AND face-to-face interviews, with employers seeking candidates in a variety of disciplines, both undergraduate and graduate.

Full details at www.tinyurl.com/ETCIC15

HOW TO APPLY FOR INTERVIEWS AT THE ETCIC’s…
DEADLINE MONDAY, SEPT. 14th!
Extended Deadline: Sunday, September 20th!

Step 1:     Log into Handshake at https://rochester.joinhandshake.com

Step 2:     Once logged in, be sure to fully complete your profile.

Step 3:     Upload your resume and any cover letters or transcripts you will use to apply to positions of interest. Click the “Profile” link in the left-hand navigation bar, then click “Documents” (upper right) and follow the instructions.

Step 4:     Search for and review job or internship postings. Click the “Jobs” link in the left-hand navigation bar and search by keyword “ETCIC.” Note that new jobs/internships will continue to be posted, so check back periodically!

Step 5:     Apply to EACH position of interest. Click the blue “Apply” button in the upper right. Choose your document(s) and make sure the button that says “Would you also like to apply for the interviews associated with this job?” is checked. Then click the green “Apply” button.

Step 6:     Your documents will be submitted to the employer(s) to review after the September 14th  deadline. **PLEASE NOTE** Interviews take place at the ETCIC event on October 9 in New York City. Please ONLY apply if you can attend the event!

Step 7:     You will be notified via email if you have been selected for an interview, and may sign up for an interview slot at that time.

A limited number of travel grants are available for undergraduate Hajim students who attend this event.

Questions? Email etcic@rochester.edu

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Welcome to Handshake!


At the Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center, we are always searching for innovative ways to provide the best experience to all of our students and employers. As a result of this mindset, we are excited to announce our transition to a new career management system beginning on Wednesday, July 1, 2015, powered by Handshake. The new system is a modern career services management platform that empowers you to efficiently connect with employers and search for jobs and internships to launch your career. 

Handshake is a modern and intuitive career platform that resembles many common social media websites.  Through social networking technology you will be able to quickly connect to classmates, career resources and events on the go and be connected to recruiters from around the country. 

Just by signing on to Handshake you will have already made some great steps towards finding your dream job or internship.  You can make yourself viewable to employers so that they can reach out to you directly and you can use the system to search for opportunities on your own.  You can also request an appointment with a UR Career Advisor, upload important documents like resumes, and check out upcoming events.  

Make sure to check back regularly over the next few months as our UR career community grows and the system gets into full swing! 

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Ling Rao '15 Now Assisting Scientists with Impaired Urban Stream Restoration in Portland, Maine


"This past spring, I graduated from the University of Rochester with a B.A. in Environmental Studies, and accepted an Americorps position with Maine’s Department of Environmental Protection in Portland. Since May, I have been assisting scientists with impaired urban stream restoration and monitoring and will be here for 6 months, until November. I know this opportunity will provide invaluable experience, especially in field work and active conservation. From there, I may join a year-long conservation corps program or find a full-time position in conservation or environmental restoration before returning to school.

Thank you to the Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center all for their support in the application process, which I began in early spring. With their help, I received interviews and multiple offers within the Students Conservation Association and Americorps. I'm so thankful they worked with me to improve my candidacy; I benefited immensely from their advice. Because of their help, I was able to have a choice between offers and decide on a position I thought was the best fit. I was very fortunate to have had so much interest in my candidacy. It's exciting beginning life in a new city!"

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Spotlight on Summer Interns: Octavia Rhim


I am a summer 2015 Human Resources Generalist intern at Warner Music Group in New York City. I'm working under two supervisors, assisting with recruitment, employee relations, and office administration. The culture of Warner Music Group is everything that I thought it would be. The office has a cool vibe and the people are really friendly and open. I look forward to networking with other interns in the company and learning more about the functions of Human Resources within a media & entertainment company.

Being a Human Resources professional requires you to be culturally-sensitive and aware and have strong skills in interpersonal communication, leadership, organization, and more. As a Linguistics major with minors in Dance & Organizational Psychology, I've gained knowledge of human behavior in the workplace and in society, language & communication, and culture & diversity. I am looking forward to continuing my interdisciplinary studies through my Take 5 Program in African-American Music & Communication in Fall 2015.

The UR Career Center has helped me tremendously this past year. Several of the Career Counselors have assisted me in constantly editing and revising my resume and cover letter; finding internship opportunities, applying, and drafting follow-up & thank-you emails; and navigating Career Link and the useful online resources. The Career Center has also granted me a Reach Funding award, which will provide me with financial support during my unpaid internship with Warner Music Group. Thank you to all the Career Center Counselors!

Interested in sharing your summer internship story? Let us know HERE!

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Seniors - Share your Success Stories



Seniors, did all your hard work pay off in the form of post-graduate plans (full-time employment, internships, service positions, or acceptance into graduate school)? Are you willing to share your story with us so we can highlight your accomplishments? If so, please click here to share your success story.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Share your Internship Success Story!

Did all your hard work pay off in the form of a summer internship? Are you willing to share your story with us so we can highlight your accomplishment? If so, please click here to share your success story.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Spotlight on Summer Interns: Gabryella Pulsinelli



Gabryella Pulsinelli will be interning at the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. 

"One of the most importants things I had to do in order to obtain an internship with NJDEP was to really target my resume and cover letter. Unlike applying to a job on campus, this required more detailed approach. I went through a few drafts of my letter before I sent it in. The interview was probably the most important part because I really got to showcase my interest. 

At my internship, I am going to be doing GIS and data analysis for statewide water quality assessment and revision and creation of educational material for the Water Programs. One of my favorite things that I am going to be able to do is combine my two majors: Studio Art and Environmental Studies. The creating of materials will including illustrating a education booklet for children.  In the original posting there was no mention of this and I was offered the position because I mentioned my studio arts background and my interests."

Interested in sharing YOUR success story? If you've gained a job or internship, please let us know here. 

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

First American Equipment Finance: On-campus Interviews 4/17

Application Deadline: Sunday, April 12, 2015
Interview Date: Friday, April 17, 2015
Apply online through CareerLink

Job Description:

Commercial Lending Development Program

The Commercial Lending Development Program is designed to train and develop commercial finance relationship managers at First American Equipment Finance.  The program offers a limited number of high-potential candidates an opportunity to build a career with a progressive, nationwide commercial finance company.  At the conclusion of the program, successful trainees will become an Assistant Vice President responsible for developing equipment financing programs for large corporations in select industries. 

Newly hired trainees will start as an Analyst and work closely with a team of relationship managers to manage, research and analyze CRM data, assist with pricing and proposal creation, execute on marketing projects, set and participate in virtual meetings and assist the Senior Vice President with various projects.  During the first 18 months, candidates are expected to complete First American’s New Hire Training Program, FAEF University 101 and FAEF University 201 coursework.  The ideal candidate has strong analytical and communication skills and is interested in a career path in sales, commercial lending or relationship management. Compensation includes a base salary and bonuses. 

About the Company
First American Equipment Finance is a growing, national leader in commercial equipment finance. First American was ranked as a top 5 Best Company to Work for in New York (under 250 employees) in 2012 2013, and 2014. With new, national headquarter in Rochester (Woodcliff Office Park, Fairport), First American has approximately 130 employees and manages a $570MM portfolio. The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of City National Bank (NYSE: CYN), the 24th largest commercial bank in the U.S.

What sets First American apart?
  • Progressive, energetic environment
  • New corporate headquarters with state of the art facilities and technology
  • Open positions are due to growth 
  • Hire from outside the equipment finance industry
  • Formal training programs
  • Consistent management support and guidance 
  • Highly qualified database of prospects
  • State-of-the art CRM system
  • Stable and lucrative commission plan 
  • Defined sales professional career path

For more information, visit www.faef.com . 

Monday, April 6, 2015

Beyond Rochester: Career Conversations April 13th

Come hear alumni speak about their current roles and the career paths they traveled. Learn from their experiences, ask questions, and get advice for how to best set yourself up for success!

Where: Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center Conference Room, 4-200 Dewey Hall
How to Register: RSVP for the Career Conversation(s) of your choice by sending an email to michelle.marks-hook@rochester.edu with the alum's name in the subject line.

Monday, April 13th 2015 at 5pm
Who: Mark Zaid, Esq '89
Career: National Security Attorney


A career in national security is one of the most challenging and valuable opportunities in our nation today. Join Mark S. Zaid, Esq. ’89, renowned national security attorney, as he coaches on strengthening an application for security clearance processes.

Mark will walk through the process of completing an SF-86 National Security questionnaire, explain what to expect during polygraph examinations, and share advice on how to maximize the chances to qualify for federal employment requiring a security clearance.

Mark S. Zaid,  Managing Partner, Mark S. Zaid, P.C., specializes in national security, litigation and lobbying on matters relating to international transactions, torts and crimes, foreign sovereign and diplomatic immunity, defamation (plaintiff) and the Freedom of Information/Privacy Acts (FOI/PA). He has been named as a Washington, D.C. Super Lawyer, as well as a "Best Lawyer" (issued bi-annually) by Washingtonian Magazine, every year since 2009 for his national security work. As the National Law Journal once wrote, “if Agent Mulder ever needed a lawyer, Zaid would be his man.”
 

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

US Peace Corps Info Session: Thursday, 4/2



Information Session
Thursday, April 2
6:00-7:00 pm
Goergen 108

As the preeminent international service organization of the United States, the Peace Corps sends Americans abroad to tackle the most pressing needs of people around the world. Peace Corps Volunteers work at the grassroots level toward sustainable change that lives on long after their service—at the same time becoming global citizens and serving their country. When they return home, Volunteers bring their knowledge and experiences—and a global outlook—that enriches the lives of those around them.

The information session will present opportunities available with the United States Peace Corps.

Monday, March 30, 2015

Make the Most of Your Summer (Finance, Banking or Consulting)



The Career Center's Finance, Banking and Consulting team will be hosting a “Interested in Finance, Banking or Consulting…What can you do to MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR SUMMER?”seminar on the below days and times. You only need to attend one session as the same materials will be presented. All seminars are held in the Career Center Conference room located on the 4th Floor of Dewey Hall. 

Times offered include: 
Wednesday April 1st at 4pm
Tuesday April 7th at 2pm
Thursday April 16th at 2pm
Wednesday April 22nd at 3pm
Monday April 27th at 2pm

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Etiquette Dinner on Wednesday, April 8th


 
The Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center and the 2016 Class Council will be hosting an Etiquette Dinner on Wednesday, April 8 at 6:30pm in the Grand Ballroom of the Meliora Restaurant and we are inviting all UR students to join us.  Our guest speaker, Kathleen Powell will present the rules of dining etiquette while students enjoy a five-course meal.  Tickets are $12.00 per person and are available at the Common Market.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Envisage Info Session 3/27



Information Session
Friday, March 27
12:00-1:00 pm
4-200 Dewey Hall

Recruiters from Envisage (www.envisagesystems.com), an Ithaca-based software development company focusing on retirement solutions, will be hosting a virtual information session at noon on Friday, March 27th in the Career Center Conference Room, 4-200 Dewey Hall.

AJ DeDio, Envisage Talent Acquisition Specialist and his team will describe the company culture and hiring needs in a brief presentation and then take questions.

The company is interested in talking with candidates going for graduate degrees in Business and Technical Entrepreneurship as well as those working on undergraduate degrees in computer science and related areas. A light lunch is included.

Monday, March 23, 2015

General Motors Information Session 3/25

Information session with GM 
Wednesday, March 25th
5:00-6:00 pm
Goergen 109

SEEKING CANDIDATES FOR OPEN POSITIONS!
  • Manufacturing
    • Supervision
  • Engineering
    • Mechanical, Electri-cal (Controls), Quality & Industrial
  • Supply Chain Coordinators
  •  Database
    • Developers

CHECK OUT ADVANCED MANUFAC-TURING RIGHT HERE IN ROCHESTER!

  • A brief overview of the technologies offered at the Rochester Operations site will be provided
  • Learn about a local employer who produces the complete fuel system for the world’s largest light truck engine program; fea-turing state of the art direct injection technologies for the automotive industry!


REPS ON SITE

  • To provide first hand information on the open positions

Friday, March 20, 2015

Careers in Business Seminar 3/25




Interested in an internship or career in business?  Want to learn more about the UR Business major or minor and where it could lead?
Attend the CAREERS IN BUSINESS Workshop Wednesday, March 25thfrom 2-3pm in The Gwen M. Greene Career and Internship Center, 4thfloor of Dewey Hall
Hear from Hillary Tatar (Business Advisor) and Katie Ferruzza (Career Counselor) to…
  • Learn more about the B.S. and B.A. in Business and the courses we offer
  • Identify potential careers in business and where UR students have found success
  • Gain strategies to help you define your goals in this field
  • Discover resources we offer students and ways to utilize these in your internship or job search
RSVPs requested (although not required to attend) by emailing k.ferruzza@rochester.edu

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Health Care Group Management Training Program



For graduating seniors, the Patient Care Management Trainee program is an exciting and innovative Full-Time Rotational Program with three potential rotations.  1st:  gap-year program in dermatology, working alongside ten future physicians and in support of our nine physicians, 2nd:  directing patient care coordination as a site manager in one of our five care units, and providing managerial support for the gap-year program, and 3rd:  managing patient care operations with our leadership team.  You'll gain experience in each of our core competencies:  Dermatologic Patient Care, Medical Education, Health Care Systems Relations, Managed Care Accounts Payable, Medical Research and Innovation, and Practice Management.

This is an unparalleled opportunity to learn every facet of our operations as you develop leadership skills that will serve you the rest of your career.  Related graduate study is expected, which may lead to an MPH, MBA, or MHA degree.  The program also positions you for Manager opportunities at the completion of the program. This program is not for students interested in attending medical school, but rather students interested in investing in learning about middle management in the healthcare field. If you are interested in health care delivery, and getting hands-on professional experience, this program will prepare you.

To be considered for the program, here are some of the requirements we look for: 
  • Current seniors who will earn a Bachelor's degree in May 2015
  • An undergraduate degree from a highly respected university and will continue to develop strong existing relationships to recruit candidates from their alma matter
  • Maintaining an excellent and consistent academic record.
  • A commitment to helping others with consistency in Compassion, Intelligence, and Error-Avoidance.
  • Have strong communication, analytical, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
  • Must be able to relocate to East Central Massachusetts.
  • Derive satisfaction and Open to working in patient care environments.
  • We accept applications to the Patient Care Management Program during both Fall and Spring semesters.  


The application deadline is March 31, 2015. To apply, please mail or email a cover letter and resume directly to Dr. Kuchnir at: kuchnir@alum.mit.edu

Downtown Community Career Fair - March 27th 2015

Interested in employment or internships in Rochester?


List of participating companies includes:
Company Name
Company Website


  1. Conserve
  1. Concentrix
  1. DeCarolis Truck Rental
  1. Berry Plastic
  1. Rochester Regional Health System
  1. Center for Workforce Development
  1. Lowes Home Improvement
  1. Hammer Packaging
  1. LiDestri Food & Beverage
  1. Heritage Christian Services
  1. Verizon Wireless
  1. City of Rochester
  1. Lifetime Health Medical Group
  1. Genesee Regional Bank
  1. Cannon Industries, Inc.
  1. CP Rochester
  1. Villa of Hope
  1. Excellus BlueCross BlueShield
  1. Visiting Nurse Service
  1. KR Communications
  1. Christian Flooring
  1. HCR Home Care
  1. Rochester City School District
  1. Unither Pharm
  1. RBA Staffing
  1. Brunner International
  1. AXA Advisors
  1. Sutherland Global Services
  1. One Step Tree & Lawn Care
  1. CDS Monarch
  1. University of Rochester
  1. Epilepsy-Pralid Inc.
  1. Veterans Outreach Center Inc.
  1. United States Marine Corps Recruiting
  1. ER Associates
  1. Rochester Software Associates
  1. St. Johns
  1. Rochester Works
  1. Alcoa Fastening Systems & Rings
  1. Paychex
  1. The DiMarco Group
  1. YMCA of Greater Rochester
  1. Rochester Business Journal
  1. Remedy Intelligent Staffing
  1. Lake Beverage

If you require transportation to this event, buses are available. 
Please be at your bus stop at least 5 minutes before the scheduled departure time.

University of Rochester
Route 19 – S. Plymouth
Departure: Rush Rhees Library
Arrival: Transit Center
  • Depart 11:25am, arrive TC 11:53am
  • Depart 12:25pm, arrive TC 12:53pm
  • Depart 1:25pm, arrive TC 1:53pm
  • Depart 2:25pm, arrive TC 2:53pm
Route 19 – S. Plymouth
Departure: Transit Center Gate # 1
Arrival: Rush Rhees Library
  • Depart 1:00pm, arrive Rush Rhees 1:27pm
  • Depart 2:00pm, arrive Rush Rhees 2:27pm
  • Depart 3:00pm, arrive Rush Rhees 3:27pm
  • Depart 4:00pm, arrive Rush Rhees 4:27pm
  • Depart 4:25pm, arrive Rush Rhees 4:52pm
  • Depart 5:25pm, arrive Rush Rhees 5:52pm
Walking Directions from the RTS Transit Center to Blue Cross Arena (10 Minute Walk)

RTS Transit Center: 60 Saint Paul Street, Rochester, NY 14604
Head west on Mortimer St toward St Paul St
Turn left onto St Paul St
Turn right onto E Main St
Turn left onto Exchange Blvd
Destination will be on the left
Blue Cross Arena: 100 Exchange Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14614