Preparing for Success, Achieving Goals is topic of November 6 Daemen Entrepreneurial Lecture

October 2, 2013

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The Daemen College Nancy Haberman Gacioch Entrepreneurship Lecture Series will continue with a presentation by Dr. Steven J. Harvey, adjunct faculty member at the University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education and Buffalo State College.

Dr. Harvey is also Executive Director of the WNY Consortium of Higher Education (

Dr. Harvey’s presentation, “Untapped Capacity Achieving Extraordinary Things,” will be at 5 p.m., Wednesday, November 6, 2013, in Wick Center on the Daemen campus, 4380 Main Street, in Amherst. This event is free and open to the public.

Dr. Harvey, a serial entrepreneur, is the founder of The Center for Educational and Career Advancement (CECA), Inc. He is the author of Untapped Capacity: How Every Student Can Achieve Extraordinary Things, and College to Career: How 4 Years of College Can Determine 40 Years of Career.

The Center for Educational and Career Advancement, started over 18 years ago, is the vision of Dr. Harvey.

“I have long believed that there are significant gaps in services being provided to individuals who desire to improve their career and educational opportunities,” he said.  “The company began by providing resume writing services. We expanded in 2000 to a comprehensive service company utilizing the highest quality assessments and practices in serving our clients.”

Today, CECA serves a wide range of not-for-profits and individuals seeking professional consultation on everything from resumes, cover letters, career decision making, preparing for success in college, and general career consulting, to not-for-profit grant writing, research services, marketing, and strategic planning.

About Nancy Haberman Gacioch

This lecture is the second in this series to be offered for the 2013-2014 academic year at Daemen. Through these lectures, Nancy Haberman Gacioch ’62 hopes to provide a significant incentive for individuals in the area of business entrepreneurship.  Gacioch studied social studies and economics at the former Rosary Hill College, now Daemen College.

The lecture series supports the Daemen Interdisciplinary Minor in Entrepreneurship, which focuses on the Liberal Arts and expanding opportunities for Liberal Arts students. A minor in entrepreneurship and social enterprise can be coupled with any major within Daemen College.

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