The Social Impact Career Week events are an opportunity for students to discover potential career pathways, gain invaluable career advice, and connect with alumni in the government, policy, legal, education, and non-profit industries. The next Social Impact Week will occur in Spring 2023. with alumni in the government, policy, legal, education, and non-profit industries. Explore event descriptions and RSVP below!
Tune in to learn more about leveraging your degree and skills to create a positive social impact during this video " Ask Me Anything: Effecting Change in Education and Non-Profit Spaces"! Connect with insightful LMU alumni and gain invaluable career advice as you navigate your next professional steps.
Alejandra Hernandez-Perez '20 - Assistant Director of Student Services and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Loyola Law School
Michael Hoover '10 - School Psychologist, Santa Monica School District
Abra Sussman '11 - Managing Director of Strategic Partnerships, Teach for America
Charity Chandler-Cole '13 - Chief Executive Officer | Casa of Los Angeles
Lauren Espy '11 - Director of Community Programs, MLK Community Healthcare
Tune in to learn more about leveraging your degree and skills to create a positive social impact during our virtual " Ask Me Anything: Innovation and Advocacy in Government, Policy, and Legal Professions!" Watch now to connect with insightful LMU alumni and gain invaluable career advice as you navigate your next professional steps.
Amada Reyes '19 - City Success Manager, Colu
Ernesto Pantoja '01, '08 - Special Projects Agent, Laborers Local 300
Robert Reynolds '12 - Founder & Executive Director, Vote Rev (formerly VoteTripling.org)
Who will be there?
Accomplished alumni, CPD career coaches, and proactive students - just like you.
Why should I attend?
- Connect with alumni working in education, non-profit, legal, policy, and government industries
- Identify new professional avenues that leverage your passion
- Gain clarity about next steps for launching your creative career
- Practice informational interview skills with understanding alumni
- Mix and mingle with other students now so you can have strong working relationships in the future
How should I dress?
Business professional attire is recommended for this event.
CPD will host all virtual fairs and networking events using Handshake and Zoom Web Conferencing.
Employers will register similarly to in-person fairs. Once the employer's registration is approved by CPD, employers are able to generate session schedules for representatives that will be present.
Employers are able to host two types of sessions to interact with students:
- Group Sessions:
- 30 minutes each
- multiple students can attend
- 1:1 Sessions:
- 10 minutes each
- one student and one employer representative can attend
In these sessions, employers will be identified as the Host, and they will be able to share their screen with participants.
Zoom is a cloud-based technology offering a full spectrum of web conferencing tools to help enhance online learning and increase productivity. All LMU faculty, student, and staff can create an LMU Zoom account.
You can access Zoom Web Conferencing via web browser or download the application to a smart device. Learn how to create your Zoom Web Conferencing account here.
For additional information on how to log-in to a Zoom webinar visit the Zoom Help Center's Joining and participating in a webinar (attendee)
- Group Sessions:
Contact Career and Professional Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.