Center for Career Development & Alumni Relations Host ‘Beers & Careers’ Event

The Center for Career Development partnered with Alumni Relations to host a Beers and Careers event during Homecoming Weekend, welcoming nearly 40 early-career alumni to the Center’s newly renovated space for an afternoon of networking and collaborating.

Early-career alumni networking during Homecoming weekend in the Center for Career Development

“Alumni Relations and the Center for Career Development are jointly committed to the professional success of our early-career alumni,” said Ashley Neff, Associate Director of Alumni Relations. “We added Beers and Careers to the Homecoming schedule to provide a low-key networking opportunity and to illustrate how both of our offices’ teams are available and accessible to early-career alumni after graduation.”


The event brought together alumni from around the country as former Wildcats shared their post-Davidson plans, where they’re working and what they’re studying, and learned about career development resources still available to them as they launch their professional lives.

“It’s always fun to catch up with the students we’ve worked with for several years to see how their post-Davidson life is shaping up, especially at an event like Homecoming, where alumni are excited to be connecting with their peers” said Jamie Stamey, Associate Director for Employer Relations.

The Center for Career Development offers extensive resources for alumni to cultivate career connections and support the early ‘learning and earning’ years for talented Davidson graduates who are taking their initial steps on the career journey.

Career advisors are readily available to assist early-career alumni with their professional development. The Center provides virtual advising in the areas of resume and cover letter review, mock interviews, early-career job search, and graduate and professional school, including pre-law and premedicine/allied health advising. Additionally, the Center empowers alumni with Handshake access, showcasing thousands of opportunities tailored for early-career Wildcats.

For more information, alumni are encouraged to check out the Alumni Career Digest, a bi-weekly digest through the College Enews which updates alumni on the latest activity and opportunities through the Center, showcases pertinent events and news, highlights the professional lives and career development of key alumni, and spotlights numerous job opportunities.


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