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Alumni

The role of the CALES Career Center is to offer broad support to all alumni of CALES in preparation for post-degree careers. The Center’s focus is to help alumni refine personal narratives and identify career paths that align with individual interests and needs. The resources available support alumni in understanding how they developed the CALES Career Competencies and entrepreneurial mindset encompassing the transferable skills that allow them, as CALES graduates, to lead and innovate in any sector or industry.

Resources

Book an Appointment – CALES Career Center staff are available to discuss career planning and strategies, application document review, networking and mentoring, and other career topics.

Tucson Young Professionals (TYP)-TYP is a professional network that provides professional events, mid- career development & advocacy indicatives. Redeem your membership through CALES! Interested? Reach out to Colin Eischeid: colineischeid@arizona.edu

The Alumni Career Lab – The Alumni Career Lab offers resources for career planning, mentoring networks to connect with professionals and alumni, conversations with professionals about their career path and successes, and job opportunities. The Alumni Career Lab is a great resource for building your network and exploring professional pathways.

The Beardown Network – The Beardown Network is a component of The Alumni Career Lab and is an application that allows you to make direct connections to other UArizona alumni, utilize discussion boards, and expand your professional network.

Give Back

CALES students are always interested in connecting with alumni to learn more about career opportunities, how alumni utilize the knowledge gained as a CALES student in a chosen career, and to begin to build their network. The CALES Career Center offers many ways for alumni to connect with students and offer their insights. If you are interested in learning more, please complete this form.

Alumni Engagement

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Keep in touch
Not currently interested in connecting with students or don't have the time? We can keep you connected to activities in the CALS Career Center by adding you to a listserv for occasional emails (up to two per semester) on ways to connect with current CALS students.

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