Career Connections – Volunteer mentors consisting of alumni, parents, employers and friends of the college serve as an invaluable resource to Wagner students and recent graduates–providing personal perspectives on career options, career education, internships, job searching and career advancement. Be a mentor today, and pass along your knowledge, skills and experiences. Email the Center for Academic and Career Engagement or call (718) 390-3181 to volunteer, or learn more.
Internships/Job Placement/Recruitment – Intelligent, hard working, commitment, and dedication are just some of the words that highlight the true spirit and character of Wagner students and alumni. With more than 24,000 alumni worldwide, Wagner alumni have developed successful careers in the areas of business, education, finance, government, healthcare, marketing, performing arts and research to name a few. Alumni are working as managers and executives at many Fortune 500 companies–students have the opportunity to work alongside these alumni through their student internships. Email the Center for Academic and Career Development or call (718) 390-3181 to discuss opportunities for student internships, recruitment or job placement.
Reunion Weekend – Members of affinity groups, and classes celebrating anniversary milestone years (e.g. 50, 45…10, & 5 year anniversaries), are encouraged to volunteer and help plan and organize Reunion festivities for your group, as well as recruit peers to come back to campus for Reunion Weekend. Affinity and class giving campaigns are an excellent way for your group to make its mark on campus, as you celebrate your anniversary milestone. Email the Office of Alumni Relations or phone (718) 390-3224 to volunteer, or learn more.
Student-Alumni Connections – One, two or three events…you make the choice. Alumni, parents and friends of the College help make a student career event/program a success. Events/programs include: Ask the Interviewer (preparing students for the job interview process), Mock Interviews, Career Preparation Workshops, Resume Review Workshops and Student Networking Receptions to name a few. Email the Center for Academic and Career Development at (718) 390-3181 to volunteer, obtain a list of upcoming events/programs or learn more.
Young Alumni/Graduates of the Last Decade – Continue the fun, excitement and fond memories of campus by joining a committee of recent graduates to assist in the planning and organizing of alumni events and programs specifically for the newest members of the Alumni Association. The committee focuses on providing opportunities for young alumni and graduates of the last decade to network, fine tune their professional skills and develop/advance their professional careers. Contact Stephanie Schweitzer, Assistant Director, Office of Alumni Relations at (718) 420-4165 to join the committee, or learn more.