"Life After Lasell" and Networking Programs

One of Lasell’s programs is called "Life After Lasell."  These events provide valuable opportunities to current students and alumni to learn from professionals about trends in hiring, networking tips and tricks, and asking questions about best practices for interviewing and “getting your foot in the door.”  These events often end with a reception where attendees are encouraged to network and practice some newly acquired skills.

2012-2013 "Life After Lasell" Events:
Check back shortly for more information on upcoming "Life After Lasell" events. 

2011-2012 "Life After Lasell" events:

Interviewing with Confidence 
On Tuesday, November 8th, 65 students attended the interactive workshop with Judy Campbell, a Boston-based career coach, where they learned tips and techniques to:
- speak easily, clearly and concisely about what you want in a position
- identify your competetive edge and how to use it to differentiate yourself
- apply unique strategies to demonstrate that you are the best candidate


Alumni Career Panel
On February 8th, 22 young alumni came back to campus to network with over 95 students in our most successful "Life After Lasell" networking program to date.  The program began by alumni introducing themselves and giving a brief overview of where they are employed and how they got to that position.  Following introductions, students had the opportunity to meet the alumni who represented 13 different fields and practice their networking skills.  Students left the night with business cards, email addresses and confidence to begin their job search!  For a list of the alumni who participated in the Alumni Career Panel, click here

Senior Send-Off Fair
Tuesday, March 27th
Valentine Dining Hall
One-stop shopping for the Class of 2012!  Everything you need before you graduate: complete your Stafford exit interview, pick up job search materials, get apartment hunting tips, pick up your commencement announcements, learn about graduate school, sign up for the alumni online community and learn how to stay connected to Lasell, order class rings and diploma frames, donate to the Senior Class Gift and much more! 

What is networking? Networking is building a relationship with a person or group of people who are willing to help share information about job requirements, work environments and sources of job leads. It is a great way to make contacts and gather information. The purpose of networking is not to ask for a job but instead to establish relationships that lead to career building opportunities. Networking is the most successful job search technique.

Follow the links below to log in and get started networking as well as search the member directory for contacts. Check out some of the most commonly asked questions about networking.

Log In Here to Get Started
How to Build a Networking Relationship
What Questions to Ask When Networking

Click here to check out job listings:  www.collegecentral.com/lasell

News Highlight

Professor Honored for Contributions to Community Day Center  Friday, October 24, 2014Professor Sharyn Lowenstein, Director of Lasell’s Center for Community Based Learning, will be honored by the Community Day Center in Waltham as a recipient of the 2014 Founders’ Award for her contributions to the organization. The award will be given at the Community Day Center’s Fall Gala October 24th.

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