Help Launch a Stag's Career During Job Shadow 2018

Help Launch a Stag's Career During Job Shadow 2018

You can be a powerful influence on the future of today’s Stags!

Fairfield has a network of alumni who are willing to help as much as they can in order to see fellow Stags achieve success.

— — M. Reilly '17

Fairfield University’s Alumni Job Shadow program pairs students with alumni professionals across the country for a day of career exploration during winter break.

The Job Shadow experience allows students to observe firsthand a typical day on the job as they accompany Fairfield alumni through their workday. Students learn more about specific professions, receive helpful career advice, and begin planning for life after Fairfield.

Last year, Fairfield matched 242 students and 171 alumni in organizations across various industries. including the Barclays Center, WebMD, Medtronic, LinkedIn, Heineken, Michael Kors, American Express, NYU, and many more.

Mentor application is open until Sept. 29.

Join the 140 alumni who have signed up for this year’s program!

For details about the application timeline and suggestions for structuring the day, visit fairfield.edu/jobshadow .

Please contact Deirdre Bennett in Academic & Career Development at 203-254-4000 ext. 2150 with any questions.

This program is sponsored by the Alumni Association and the Academic & Career Development Center.

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Last modified: 09-08-17 11:10 AM

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