Simon's Rock Alumni-Student Connections
Sign up here to help current Rockers through Career Services. Once we receive your registration, we will respond with further details on the programs that fit your interests.
Simon's Rock Class Year
Examples: '87, 1999, etc.
Preferred method of contact
This is how we will provide you with details on your preferred programs. Please enter an email address if possible, or a telephone number if you do not regularly check email.
I'm interested in offering an internship or project for a student (jobs are welcome, too)
Summer or intersession (mid-December through mid-January) are usually the best times for internships and projects outside of the Great Barrington area.
I'll let you know later
I'm interested in helping with one of the alumni-student connections programs in 2013-2014:
If you select "office hours," we'll be happy to add you to the list for the fall or spring event. The spring event is tentatively scheduled for Friday, February 28 in New York City. The date for the 2014 fall event will be announced during the summer.
Coming to campus in the fall (in-person, virtually, or by phone) for office hours with students interested in my field/s
Participating in the Friday, February 28 event in NYC by hosting students for a visit to my office, and/or attending an evening networking reception with students.
Advising and/or making connections for a student or two, referred to me by Career Services
If you checked "Coming to campus for office hours" above, how will you be available to talk with students?
In-person, I can come to campus
Virtually, I can be available for a video call via Skype, FaceTime, Google, or a similar method
Undecided, please confirm with me later
If you checked "Advising and/or making connections" above, how much time would you prefer to devote to this?
Regular talks, advice and referrals with your student/s throughout the academic year (at least an hour or two of total time)
Quick help - send a few brief tips and referrals to your student/s on one or two occasions (less than an hour of total time)
What aspects of your background would you be interested in sharing with students as they plan for the future?
For example, a practicing attorney might talk with students about law school and/or legal practice. If that attorney also sits on nonprofit boards of directors, or occasionally works as a freelance musician, she might talk with students interested in nonprofits or performance. Someone who is active in the Boston community and has worked in Costa Rica might talk with students who hope to move to those locations.
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