Janaya MartinProgramming & Office Coordinator
Piper Connect is a password protected database comprised of Hamline alumni and employers who have agreed to be contacted by students and alumni with questions or requests for informational interviews and is only available through Hamline Career Link. Joining Piper Connect provides an opportunity for you to connect with students and other alumni to share information about your educational and career experiences.
It's easy! Complete the Piper Connect Member Registration Form now or create an account in Hamline Career Link. Registering as an employer (recommended) allows you to post positions, but not view other jobs, while registering as an alum (best for retirees, current grad students, etc.) allows you to view job listings, but not the ability to post positions. Each option allows you to join and utilize Piper Connect.
Occasionally, a student or alum may contact you to ask a few questions or perhaps arrange for a brief informational interview. Typical content includes questions about your major(s) at Hamline and your current position, industries/organizations/positions with which you may be familiar, what strategies you employed to help you get to where you are in your career, or other general advice you can offer. Your role is to provide information based on your background and experience. You are not being asked to place students. We understand how valuable your time is - just a few minutes could make a huge difference to a student! In addition to meeting with students or alumni individually to discuss careers, you may opt for additional opportunities to interact with current students:
Piper Connect can be a great resource for you too! If you're interested in expanding your professional network, learning more about what Hamline students and alums are doing in the community, or considering a career change, log-in to Hamline Career Link to explore the database for yourself!
Hamline Career Link Instructions for Alumni
Hamline Career Link Instructions for Employers
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