Career Networking

Make Connections. Get Hired.
Sunday, November 23, 2014
3:30-7:30 p.m.
Lebanon Valley College Campus


Click here to learn more about the event from Cyndi Coakley M'99
.

Make Connections. Get Hired. is an annual networking event for students to meet alumni and parent professionals while also learning key tips and tricks that will enhance networking skills, job search knowledge, interview skills, and interpersonal communication. Alumni and parent volunteers assist session presenters by guiding students through each topic while also making new connections and professional contacts.

Alumni and parents from a variety of backgrounds, career fields, and experience levels are wanted to provide varying levels of knowledge and professional experience to our student participants.

In addition to providing students with an invaluable opportunity to learn from members of the LVC network, volunteers will also:

  • Connect with fellow alumni and parents in attendance
  • Gain professional development through sharing information about your career field in a different light
  • Learn new networking tips and etiquette pointers 
  • Make a difference in a student's job search

REGISTER TODAY

Click here to fill out your online registration form. One week prior to the event, you will receive additional details about the event. If you have any questions about your registration or the event, please contact Michelle Krall M'11, associate director of alumni & parent engagement.



SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

3:30-3:45 p.m.
Registration

Synodinos Commons, Lynch Memorial Hall

3:45 p.m.
Welcome and Introductions

Synodinos Commons, Lynch Memorial Hall

4-4:50 p.m.
Networking 101
, Presented by Theresa Block '07
Synodinos Commons, Lynch Memorial Hall
Participants will learn the basics of how to network and put their new knowledge into practice as alumni, parents, and students mingle and make connections throughout this workshop.

5-5:30 p.m., 5:35-6:05 p.m.
Breakout Sessions

Classrooms, Lynch Memorial Hall
Guests may pick two sessions to attend during the online registration process.

  • Digital Networking and Job Search, Presented by James Lloyd '11
  • Experience Stories: the best way to answer interview questions, Presented by Carrie Panetta '97
  • 30-seconds to Interview: personal Introductions that work, Presented by Megan Harris '13
  • Personality Assessments: not just another online quiz, Presented by Andrew Murphy '95
  • Phone and Skype Interview Etiquette for the Professional Texter, Presented by Betsy Swartz '85
  • Teaching Interview Madness and Mistakes, Presented by Dawn Connelly '92 


6:15-7:30 p.m.
Dinner Interview

Presented by Cyndi Coakley M'99
Dining Hall, Mund College Center
Alumni and parent volunteers will conduct a mock interview session with students, providing instant feedback. Throughout the dinner, professional dinner etiquette tips will be presented.


Recommended Attire: Business Casual