The Hubbard Center for Student Engagement also supports alumni, from facilitating networking to reconnecting with classmates and helping with career-related searches and support.
The Hubbard Center for Student Engagement, like DePauw, continues to support you and many other alumni after you receive your degree at commencement. The Center also connects alumni with the current generation of DePauw students, who can gain from internships and additional insights that you can provide while also contributing to your business.
Learn more about how you, as a member of the DePauw community, can reconnect with your classmates and the University through social media, network with other DePauw alumni, mentor current students, and receive support from the Hubbard Center.
Connect with the DePauw Community
Communicate with Fellow Alumni
TigerLinks: Reach out to alumni for support and advice on the LinkedIn official DePauw University Alumni Group. Share your stories and hear theirs. Each contact can lead to more information, opportunities, and more contacts. The key to networking is connecting with people so that you reach the largest group possible in any given field.
Alumni Gateway: DePauw's online alumni community helps you find and connect with classmates, maintain your contact information, share your post-graduate experience, network with current students, and register for regional and on-campus events. The Office of Alumni Relations is responsible for updating and managing the Alumni Directory.
Alumni Luncheons and Speakers: These are casual, informal events where students ca connect with alumni. These events are available and advertised to all students, and provide valuable networking opportunities.
Internships: Alumni offer internship opportunities at their companies and organizations exclusively for DePauw University students to gain practical work experience in their chosen career field. Students may find out more about these opportunities by contacting Brittany Collins, Internship Coordinator and Career Center Adviser, or by visiting TigerTracks.
DePauw Alumni Directory: Access alumni volunteers for career and internship advice by going to the Alumni Directory. There, you can search for alumni based on a variety of parameters, including location, graduation date and industry.
- LinkedIn DePauw University Alumni Group
- Connect to Professional Opportunities
Follow us on Twitter and join us on Facebook
Student Access to the Alumni Online Directory: click here
As a DePauw grad, you can be an invaluable resource to help current students who are planning their time at DePauw. You can support current students by:
The mentoring program is self-guided and between you and the student. As a mentor, you will go in and set up a profile. After completing a required etiquette program, students will then search for mentors in fields of interest and apply directly to you for consideration.
As with the mentoring program, the job shadowing program is self-guided and between you and the student. Students are required to complete a networking etiquette program to be eligible for job shadowing. You set up your profile and students search the system for alumni to shadow.
Provide Student Housing
Please contact Chelsy Fields, Employer Relations Specialist, at email@example.com with your leads on housing for students. These leads can be helpful for students who are pursuing internships or additional off-campus opportunities in cities unfamiliar to them.
Represent Your Employer on Campus & Participate in Special Events
Represent Your Employer on Campus
You can do this by presenting topics, doing a networking or employer information session, attending a job fair, or conducting on-campus recruiting. Contact Chelsy Fields, Employer Relations Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 765.658.4622 to plan your visit.
Speak on Campus
To speak on campus, as well as to participate in special programs for DePauw, please contact Andrew Smith, Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement in the Office of Alumni Engagement, at email@example.com.
Participate in Special Programming
To sign up for mentoring, shadowing, or to post jobs, see the attached instruction sheet on accessing TigerTracks. Thanks to the support of alumni like you, we are able to provide our students with great programs and opportunities that prepare them to excel after they graduate. Your assistance ensures that DePauw graduates will continue to succeed as leaders in their careers and the community.
Post Jobs on TigerTracks
Jobs can be post-graduate, full-time positions or can be one year post-graduate internships and fellowships. Internships can be summer internships or short-term (3 weeks in January or May) internships. See the TigerTracks instruction sheet for how to set up your account.
Receive Support from the Hubbard Center
Do you need guidance in dealing with a career change? The Hubbard Center can provide you with assistance on your professional identity and resume, direct you toward job search resources, and even help you with career exploration. Start with the resources listed above or contact us.
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