Did you know that Dartmouth has a wealth of career resources for alumni at all career stages? From recent graduates to those seeking a career change, resources are available to help you make the most of your professional potential. Here's a look at a few of our current resources and upcoming events.
Join Dartmouth Connect for Networking, Job Opportunities, and Interest Groups
What better place to reconnect than on Dartmouth Connect? You can network with fellow alumni, mentor current students, and reunite with friends from Dartmouth groups, from the Dickey Center for International Understanding to the Center for Social Impact.
Make an account and join the hub today!
Dickey Center “’Round the Girdled Earth” Series
International Career Panel
Tuesday, April 4, 2023,
5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Haldeman Hall 41 and Livestreamed
Dartmouth Alumni Relations and the Dickey Center are hosting an International Career Panel. Three Dartmouth alumni will share their paths to and through their global careers. Current students, alumni, and the entire Dartmouth community are invited to join us as our speakers talk about the joys and challenges they’ve encountered along the way. The conversation will also highlight how each panelist's Dartmouth experience informed their success. The program will include time for Q&A with the audience.
Those attending in person do not need to register. To access the livestream, please register with the Zoom link below:
Traversing Transition: Designing Life’s Next Chapter
A summer course for all Dartmouth Alumni with virtual & on-campus experiences
May 11, 2023 - Nov 2, 2023
The Thayer School of Engineering and Dartmouth Alumni Relations invite you to join this life-changing program, created for all Dartmouth alumni. Focusing on navigating career and personal change, Traversing Transition leverages the powerful combination of intentional community, purpose, and creativity. Using principles of emergence and human-centered design tools, participants will learn how to create a next chapter of life that they love, be that for recent alumni considering the ifs/whens/wheres of graduate school, parents looking towards the tween or empty-nesting years, or late-career alumni considering how to retire well, or others.