Career Volunteers


There are many opportunities to help La Salle alumni and students develop their careers:

  • Sponsor internships or co-ops for students
  • Post job openings for students and/or experienced professionals
  • Represent your company at La Salle's Fall Career Expo and/or Spring Job Fair and/or on-campus interviewing
  • Contribute to La Salle's Center for Entrepreneurship by speaking in a class, hosting a workshop, mentoring students, or getting involved in major projects - contact Steve Melick, Executive Director
  • Participate in the School of Business Bankers' Day (executives teams assess the business plans of undergraduate students enrolled in BUS 100: Business Perspectives, and decide on financing, including loans and interest rates) - contact Maria Stout
  • Speak at Executives on Campus (nearly 100 corporate executives, mostly La Salle alumni, visit undergraduate classes in the School of Business and speak about career paths, industry highlights, and current business trends) - contact Maria Stout
  • Attend academic department networking events  (Information Technology, Finance/Accounting, Marketing, Political Science, Communications, etc.)
  • Conduct mock interviews, speak about your career at a Career Circles event, and/or offer to have a student visit your workplace in our job shadow program - contact Debra Franke
  • Present in the La Salle Alumni Career Programs Webinar Series - contact Debra Franke
  • Plan and/or sponsor an alumni networking event - contact Debra Franke
  • Attend an alumni event to meet, reconnect with, and build relationships with fellow Explorers


Make it easy for others to contact you for career advice:


To learn more about Alumni Career Programs, click on Alumni Career Programs or contact Debra Franke.