Each alum has their own set of questions designed to provide them with basic information about you and your questions.
They will use this helpful information to guide the conversation.
The confirmation message of the intake form will provide you with their email address.
It’s important that you take this step to introduce yourself. They will have your information from the intake form, but it’s your responsibility to request a time to connect.
Show up on time. Write down your questions in advance. Be you.
You belong to a powerful alumni community. These hand-selected alumni are excited to meet you. Stay curious and you’ll build your network in meaningful ways.
We believe in skill development. Our goal is to equip you with the knowledge to feel confident and the tools to be successful. If you’re really interested in building your networking muscles, check out these resources. You’ll find everything from articles and books, worksheets and podcasts.
The archives section of our Expert Advice Articles
WorkLife Podcast with Adam Grant // Networking for people who hate networking
OPCD // Networking Tracking Tool