• Interviewer Testimonials

    Each semester, about 60 Hamline alumni volunteers dedicate their time to participate in the Practice Interview Program. Through the program, the interviewers provide a realistic interviewing experience, valuable feedback, and resume critique to current Hamline students. Below is what interviewers have to say about their experience participating in the Practice Interview Program:

    "The Practice Interview Program is great! It feels good to be able to give back to Hamline University."

    "It's great to be back on campus to help current students"

    "Excellent and easy way to help groom tomorrow's workforce as well-prepared interviewees."

    "It's always enjoyable to come back to campus and share my experience with others."

    "I am a huge believer in helping young people succeed in the work environment."

    "I love the Practice Interview Program because it gives me an opportunity to share what I've learned and I think it's valuable to students."

    "I love helping the students and I love seeing how talented they are!" 
     

    "It's always enjoyable to work with students who are trying to improve their skills and are receptive to feedback."  

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    Participate in various events hosted by the Student Alumni Board (SAB) for #foreverapiper week! The purpose of this week is to celebrate the Hamline community, and the impact of the Hamline alumni network. Hamline alumni give back to current students in countless ways. Join the SAB from February 20-24 to learn more, have fun, meet alumni, and even win prizes. Events will take place Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:30-11:30 a.m. in Giddens Learning Center, and Tuesday/Thursday during convo hour in the Anderson Center. 

     

    Sexualities and Gender Diversity Initiatives, Spectrum, and the Social Justice Program will hold a Rainbow Series Keynote: Perverse Borders: Sexuality, National Security, and the Policing of Undocumented People on Thursday, March 2, 2017 from 6:30-8:30p.m. in Anderson Center Room 305. 

    The Music Department and The Creative Writing Programs will present a Night of Music and Spoken Word on Friday, March 3, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. in Sundin Hall. The program includes a performance of the song-cycle Not Waving, But Drowning composed by Kelly Krebs, assistant dean in the College of Liberal Arts. The work will be performed by music faculty Janet Greene (clarinet), Kathy Thomsen (piano), and Deborah Carbaugh (soprano).