VIRTUAL CAREER DAY


Every year, Resorts World Casino New York City hosts a Career Day where we invite students from local colleges to learn more about our operation and career within the gaming industry. This year, on October 26, 2020 we held our first Virtual Career Day on Zoom! Over 150 students registered this year, with majors ranging from hotel management, marketing, information technology, and criminal justice. 


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The Gumbo Coalition University


To be a part of the Gumbo Coalition University,
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pply here by 3pm, December 4, 2020.

Thirty applicants will be selected to attend the GCU Selection Webinar on December 9, 2020 via Zoom. During this webinar, a panel of renowned business and civic leaders will select 15 applicants to be the inaugural class of the Gumbo Coalition University. 

The Gumbo Coalition University is an intensive six-week mentorship program led by Marc Morial. Named after his first book, The Gumbo Coalition (Harper Collins Publishers / One Street Books), this interactive lecture series will teach students how to build a team, inspire others, and embody leadership through action. Members will also receive a $500 scholarship sponsored by Resorts World Casino NYC.


Eligibility:  All contest participants must be actively enrolled in an undergraduate degree, post-graduate degree, or equivalent Higher Education course at a relevant university or college, with a university or college email address. The following persons or categories of persons are not eligible to participate in this contest or win any prize:  any officer or employee of the New York State Division of Lottery; a principal, key employee or employee of any video lottery gaming agent.
 

 

 

 

 

 

Marc Morial


"To be a great leader you must be able to unite people from all backgrounds with seemingly competing agendas to come together with a common cause
 - Marc Morial

MARC H. MORIAL is President and CEO of the National Urban League (NUL), the nation's largest historic civil rights and urban advocacy organization. As Mayor of New Orleans from 1994 to 2002, Morial oversaw many improvements during his terms, including crime reduction, police reform, and the passing of a significant bond issue. Since his appointment to the NUL in 2003, Morial’s Empowerment Agenda has worked to reenergize the League’s diverse constituencies, to build on the strength of its nearly one-hundred-year-old legacy, and to increase its profile both locally and nationally.