Alumni

Creating a Strong Network Beyond Berea

Welcome Alumni!

We love that you are interested in seeing what has changed since you graduated, but one thing that doesn’t change is the willingness of alumni to help current students as they prepare for life beyond Berea. As a Berea alum, you now have the classes, student labor hours, and convo credit requirements behind you, but your ability to impact current students is just beginning! Through collaboration with the Office of Alumni Relations, the Office of Internships & Career Development is dedicated to creating and supporting a wide range of recruiting and networking opportunities that we believe cultivate impactful connections between Berea students and alums with an interest in recruiting, sharing career experience and expertise, and mentoring.

How can we collaborate with you?

The Office of Internships and Career Development knows that the network of Berea Alumni across the globe has so much knowledge to share with current Berea students. Please fill out the form below to connect with us.
 
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Job Searching & Posting Resources

Alumni have access to job postings and other job search resources available through Handshake (such as Going Global!). If you’re also looking to post positions and recruit Berea students/grads on behalf of your employer, Handshake is the perfect place for that, too! For more information on how to sign up for Handshake (as an alum and/or as an employer), check out our Handshake resource.

Resume and Cover Letter Writing Assistance

Alumni can utilize Optimal Resume for resume writing/cover letter assistance, examples, and interview practice. This resource is found in the list of resources below.

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