Job Shadow Registration Closes October 14 for Alumni & Parents

Job Shadow Registration Closes October 14 for Alumni & Parents

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Your participation ensures we can match all the students that want to participate in this popular, rewarding program.

Fairfield’s Alumni Job Shadow program matches juniors and seniors with alumni and parents for career conversations during winter break (Jan. 3-13). Students have an opportunity to receive valuable advice, learn about various professions, and make new connections. For Alumni and Parents, the program is a chance to support today’s Stags in their career exploration. Registration closes Oct. 14.

Career conversations can occur with one or more students, either in-person or virtually:

  • Schedule time for a student to visit your office for a half day or full day
  • Set up a video call for an informational session
  • Meet for a conversation over lunch
  • Invite your fellow alumni colleagues to join you

Visit fairfield.edu/jobshadow or e-mail careers@fairfield.edu for details about the timeline and suggestions for structuring the day. Sponsored by the University Career Center and Alumni Relations.

Register for Job Shadow

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Please help us to ensure we can match all the students that want to participate in this popular, rewarding program by signing up today!

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