Alumni volunteers are a valuable component to the work we do in the Career Center. The following are ways you can share your expertise to support student success.
Job postings. Is your company looking to hire a new graduate or intern? Post your position online through Handshake.
On campus/Virtual recruiting. CCPD hosts 100 - 150 employers each year to recruit students. On-campus/virtual interviews are held throughout the year during the Fall and Spring Semesters. Through our online recruiting system, Handshake, we promote your career opportunities, manage resume collection, coordinate interview schedules, and enable application review and candidate selection.
Career Expos. Represent your employer at the annual Career Expos held on campus in September and February. Join top companies to market your summer internship or full-time opportunities to Lehigh’s talented students.
Contact Cheryl McCue, firstname.lastname@example.org, Director of Employer Engagement, for more information.
Lehigh Connects is an interactive virtual space for professional networking and mentorship. Through this Lehigh-exclusive platform, you can connect with students as a mentor, sponsor a short-term project or advertise advanced-level positions to Lehigh alumni. Log in to Lehigh Connects and follow the guided process to customize your involvement through:
Professional Networking and Mentorship. Lehigh Connects is an interactive virtual space for professional networking and mentorship. Sign up to serve as a mentor on Lehigh Connects! Lehigh Connects provides an easy way to connect with alumni and students. Using the online platform and the communication tools is simple! Mentorship is a great way to provide advice to students as they explore career options, learn about industries and specific job functions and much more. As a Lehigh Connects Mentor, you will be kept informed when there are career events to support student career development such as career meetups, shadowing, and professional development workshops.
Contact Andrea Reger, email@example.com, with questions regarding mentoring.
Alumni-Sourced Projects. Alumni can post 2 week to 2 month projects into an integrated marketplace for students to discover and complete. Students are guided by built-in step-by-step instructions to successfully complete the projects and are supported by your industry-trained mentors and staff. To Learn more about projects and how to post a project for students click here.
Contact Andrea Reger, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions regarding projects.
Advanced-level Job Postings. If you’d like to bring advanced level Lehigh talent into your organization, you can promote opportunities through the Lehigh Connects job board. To share an advanced level job posting with fellow alumni, log into Lehigh Connects, click on Projects/Job Board followed by Share an Opportunity. You can choose from two options - 1. refer - you know about an opportunity and are happy to talk about and be a resource or 2. Hire - you are hiring for a role or are authorized to post on behalf of the organization that is hiring.
Contact Jeff Warden, email@example.com, with questions regarding job postings.
Hire Lehigh Blog. Join us as a guest blogger to share your expertise and advice. Our Hire Lehigh Blog features articles and inspiration on career exploration, internships and jobs, networking and interviewing.
Making Career Decisions - Jamie Flinchbaugh, 1994
Don’t Get Knocked out in a 1st Round Interview - Rud Rockhill, 1979
Contact Andrea Reger, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
Industry Insights. Join our Career Education team as a guest on our webinar series Industry Insights. The series is devoted to informing students about the latest trends within a given industry and to provide useful tips and knowledge regarding recruiting.
Microsoft - Houston Technology Center Director - Muge Wood