Is this your UC Class reunion year? It is if you are class of 1970, 1975, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010, or 2015. Have you recently helped organize your UC class reunion? If so, please check out the invite below. Please come and listen to see if you MIGHT want to join your reunion committee. Attending DOES NOT mean you are committing to anything other than a nice evening at UC with other alumni.
UC Career Day 2020 is scheduled for Friday, March 27, 2020 from 8:30am – 1:00pm at Union Catholic (snow date Monday March 30, 2020). Each year we look to expand and enhance the opportunities for participation both by our students and also by those of you who so generously share of your time and experience. For Career Day 2020 there will be three modules:
If you are interested in participating in Career Day 2020, you may select one, two, or all three of the above modules. If you opt to record a video story remotely (guidelines will be provided), that can occur at any time. If you select the Panels and/or the Fair, the time slots on March 27 will be as follows:
The focus is for alumni and other members of the UC Community to share their stories about how and why they arrived at their current careers. For example, how did your interests guide you to a particular field? Are you doing something that you really like? What skills help make you successful in your career? Did you have an innate talent for numbers, writing, creativity, etc. that matched up to your career path? What work values were important to you; did you want to help people; did you prefer an outdoor setting rather than a desk job; was income potential a top priority; did you want to work collaboratively with others or in a function that was more alone? These are just some examples of the questions that will be posed to the Career Day panelists and Video Story tellers.
If you would like to participate, please RSVP by March 1 to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
The goal is to develop a deep pool of Career Day 2020 candidates so that each module may be assembled with a blended representation of career fields, experiences and stories. We are looking for everyone – from those who are retired to those just starting out in their careers. Feedback from last year was that students were looking for more professionals in the medical/health fields, engineering, video/computer design/gaming, art/music/fashion design, law, business, military, and trades such as electrical and plumbing. Please feel free to share this information with other UC classmates as well as family and friends. If you would like UC to reach out to someone, just send us that recommendation and we will make the contact. The invitation to participate in Career Day 2020 is open to all. We thank you in advance for helping the next generation of UC students in their quest to find future success!
QUESTIONS? Contact Nancy Foulks ’76 – Alumni Director at email@example.com or 908-889-1600 x339