Alumni Sean Garvey (’93) and Alex Scrivener (’05) will mentor students on how to find success in the fields of technology and systems engineering on Tuesday, November 3, in the latest “Life on Tap” networking event. Held in the college’s St. Kilian’s Café from 7:30-9:30 pm, students will have the opportunity to learn the secrets to their success and network with them after their talks.
Hosted by the college’s career and leadership development office, “Life on Tap” gives students the chance to learn how their Christendom education can lead to success in any field following graduation.
Sean Garvey has been involved in the IT industry since earning his B.A. in political science and economics from Christendom College in 1993. Since leaving the college, Garvey has founded two computer technology companies, including NovusCG, a privately held storage solutions company that was acquired by IBM in 2007. Garvey has been involved in many other entrepreneurial ventures as well, including schools and restaurants.
Alex Scrivener, a 2005 Christendom graduate with a B.A. in political science and economics, is currently the Lead Cloud Services Engineer at LiteCloud. Before entering his current position, Scrivener worked in various other positions in the IT field. He worked as the IT Manager for Telogical Systems for six years, holding complete responsibility for all IT systems and delivering data service to Fortune 500 companies. After his stint at Telogical, Scrivener worked as a Network Engineer, a Director of IT and as a Chief Engineer at a variety of top IT organizations. He joined LiteCloud earlier this year.
All students and alumni are encouraged to attend. Christendom’s “Life on Tap” series is highly popular on campus, so please arrive early for seating and refreshments.
For a full schedule of this fall’s Life on Tap events, or to see recaps and videos from previous events, please visit christendom.edu/career/life-on-tap.