Have You Registered for Job Shadow 2018?

Have You Registered for Job Shadow 2018?

Help launch a Stag's career during this year's Alumni Job Shadow.

Alumni, you can be a powerful influence on the future of today's Stags! The Alumni Job Shadow Program is designed to give students a unique and up-close look at the work required in industries they are considering.

During winter break, students will get a firsthand look at a typical day on the job as they accompany Fairfield alumni through their work days. By shadowing our alumni, students gain insight into the day-to-day demands of professions they are considering. They also receive helpful career advice from fellow Stags who were once in their shoes. With this insight, students often feel better able to plan for the types of careers they want after Fairfield.

Last year, Fairfield matched 260 students and 141 alumni in organizations across various industries, including the Barclays Center, WebMD, Facebook, Medtronic, LinkedIn, Heineken, Michael Kors, American Express, NYU, and many more.

Mentor  application is open until Sept. 28.

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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