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Good Neighbor Day

Oct. 21 | 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
Volunteer with fellow alums, students, and community members in College Park and beyond during this annual day of service.


Home Football Game Greeter/Floater

The Office of Special Events is looking for a customer-centric, able to handle fast-paced environment, energetic alum who can assist with needs on football game days. Specific games include; Charlotte (9/9) UVA (9/15), Indiana (9/30), and Michigan (11/18) games. 

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University of Maryland Communication & Media Career & Internship Fair

October 26, 12-4 pm
Location: Stamp Student Union, College Park, MD

This fair is an excellent opportunity to connect with University of Maryland undergraduate and graduate students and alumni of all majors seeking full-time, part-time, and internship positions in the fields spanning communication, media, entertainment, marketing, production and more. 

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Upcoming Opportunities

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START Fall 2023 Career Fair

October 25 | 10-2 p.m.

Do you work for the federal government, government contractors, private sector, or non-profits on matters pertaining to counterterrorism and/or national security? We would love to invite you to table at our upcoming career fair.

Contact Eva to Sign Up
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HESP Mentoring Program

The Hearing and Speech Sciences (HESP) mentoring program is designed to allow alumni to serve as mentors to current majors. 

Contact Stephanie Grissoms
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Department of Communication Speed Mentoring

Wednesday, March 6

We are looking for alums in the communication field to join us on campus to connect with students 1:1 to share insight on your field of work. 

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Anthropology Alumni Panel

March 2024

Graduate anthropology alumni participate in a career panel at the annual Anthro+ student conference.

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Ongoing Opportunities

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Practice Interviews for the CIVICUS Living and Learning Program

Are you a CIVICUS alum? Engage in a practice interview and provide feedback for CIVICUS sophomores in the capstone internship course.

Contact Korey Rothman
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MLaw Lunch and Learn Speaker Series

In celebration of MLAW's 10th Anniversary this academic year, we are looking to host alumni serving in various law-oriented roles, either in public service (federal), private firms, or in the non-profit space, who are able to share their career experiences and highlight their pathways from UMD, to law school and beyond.

Contact Robert Koulish
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Terp Network Team

Smith School alumni will work with students and career coaches on a career outreach strategy. It's a one-time, 45-minute, virtual meeting throughout the fall 2023 semester.

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Experiential Learning: Challenging Smith School of Business Students with Real Business Problems

Businesses engage with students and collaborate while building lasting relationships. Students enjoy the challenge and engagement in the opportunity to network with corporate individuals and hone their business acumen. Faculty facilitate meaningful connections and help students see the relevance of what they are learning. 

Case submissions due December 1.

Interested? Contact Nima
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AGNR Symons Squad- Young Alumni Club

Join fellow alums to serve as advocates for the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources through assisting with recruiting, career services, and representing the college at events.

Contact Amanda Brown
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Undergrad Career Advising

Economics is matching successful alumni with undergraduates in our career preparation course. Opportunities for alumni include informational interviews, mock interviews, resume reviews, and/or mentorship opportunities.

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Participate in Photoshoots for Membership

The Alumni Association has frequent opportunities for alums to be featured in marketing materials to showcase products for our alumni store and membership campaigns. You must be willing to come to campus for about an hour to participate. 

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Supporting Student Teachers and New Teachers

Currently, there is a nationwide teacher shortage that is placing stress on new educators. Volunteering to support student teachers and new teachers is one way of addressing this grand challenge. Alumni will be given a menu of volunteer opportunities to choose from. All opportunities will focus on preparing and supporting the next generation of K-12 educators through classroom visits, job search preparation, or sending notes of encouragement.

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