As a Connecticut College graduate, you have put your liberal arts education into action in meaningful ways. You are in a unique position to share your experience, industry knowledge and career advice with current Conn students. The lessons you’ve learned along your career journey can unlock doors for future members of Conn’s expansive alumni network.
There are many ways to get involved, both virtually or in person. Participate in a panel discussion or mock interview, host a job shadow, sponsor an internship, partner with a professor to propose a real-world problem for a Career-Informed Learning course, mentor a student interested in your field, or volunteer in any number of other ways.
“The Hale Center for Career Development has shown me how I can highlight valuable transferable skills that I sometimes am not even aware that I am demonstrating, whether it be in the classroom, at practice, or in an internship and then how to relay these relevant skills to employers.”
Megan Feragne ’20
Connecticut College Career Statistics
of First Year Seminar advisers collaborate with the career office annually
of students use the career office during their four years
Number of years students are eligible to submit action plans and apply for career funding
students participated in more than 60 employer relations events last year
of Conn students have explored potential careers with the help of internship funding since 2008
of alumni said the career office was instrumental in helping them find jobs
of alumni are employed or in graduate school one year after graduation
job, internship and fellowship opportunities provided to students last year