The Strommen Center for Meaningful Work is a terrific resource for students on campus. If you haven’t looked into its work in helping students develop the skills, habits of mind, and values that are the foundation for life choices, career success, and active citizenship, please do so. There are so many ways that alumni can support our students on their vocational journey.
Alumni are a critical way that students can connect with internships, learn about employment opportunities and how to navigate the hiring process. Ultimately, the Strommen Center works to help students find their own meaningful work. Be sure to check out the upcoming event’s on the Strommen Center’s website, or contact programming coordinator Sandy Tilton (612-330-1472; email@example.com) or DJ Hamm (612-330-1329; firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out more.
As an Augsburg alum, how can I help?
1. Mentor a student
Learn more about the ABC program at: http://www.augsburg.edu/alumni/benefits/abc-program/
2. Speak in a classroom
3. Serve on a career panel
Upcoming employer panels will take place on February 8 and April 12. We are currently recruiting alumni to participate.
4. Participate in an Auggies Connect with Employers event
Upcoming connect with employer events are:
- STEM on October 30
- Business/Marketing/Communication on November 20
- Health Sciences on February 26
- Social Sciences on April 9
5. Mock interviews
There are several mock interview days coming up organized by major or industry. Upcoming mock interview events are:
- Accounting and Finance on October 15
- STEM on November 19
- Business/Marketing/Communication on December 10
- Health Sciences on March 25
- Social Sciences on April 15
Join us for a student and alumni networking event on February 10.
7. Host a site visit
Students benefit from visiting workplaces and experiencing different corporate cultures. Alumni can host individual students or classes, when appropriate.
8. Post a job or internship on Augpost
If you’re interested in participating in any of these upcoming opportunities, or have interest in mentoring a current student, please contact:
Marketing & Programming Coordinator
David “DJ” Hamm ’08
Volunteer & Alumni Engagement Manager