Career Advisors Network (CAN) Application (2019-2020)
If you are interested having a one-time career conversation (micro-mentoring) with an alum who's working in the career field you are interested in possibility pursuing, please complete the below information to better connect you with alumni within your Career Community.
Networking is the process of meeting people, having conversations, exchanging information, and nurturing relationships. A good network of professional contacts can help you stand out in an applicant pool, be considered for opportunities to grow, and potentially lead to promotion.
Register on Handshake for one of the 'Networking for Career Success' workshops to make the most of your networking connections. Questions? Contact Tammy Gregorian at
Learn from alumni and friends about careers.
Have you joined a Career Community?
Which Career Community have you joined, or would like to join?
Exploring Career Community
Education & Helping Professions Career Community
IT & Engineering Career Community
Government & Public Service Career Community
Business Career Community
Scientific Research & Academia Career Community
Healthcare Career Community
Arts & Communications Career Community
What career titles interest you, the most?
Please list three (3) topics that you would like to discuss in your micro mentoring experience.
Are there any particular companies or organizations that you would like to speak with an alumni about?
Is there anything else that you would like us to know?
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