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Alumni still needed for Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK)

May 25, 2010, 1:54 pm
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Do you remember the reality of college life pulling you in every direction?  Or, the final months of your college experience as you looked for a job, applied to graduate school or set out on your very own adventure?  Northwest Nazarene University’s Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) is designed to connect graduates with alumni and friends who are in fields of interest similar to the graduates.

The A.S.K. Network is now a sub-group of the Northwest Nazarene University group on LinkedIn®.  LinkedIn® is a free, online social network of professionals, like you, from around the world, representing 170 industries and 200 countries.  When you join, you create a profile that summarizes your education, professional expertise, and accomplishments. You can then form connections with NNU alumni and students by inviting them to join your network.

Over 354 alumni have joined the Northwest Nazarene University group on LinkedIn®, with 108 of those joining the subgroup.  However, more alumni are still needed to share their professional and educational experiences with students, especially in the areas of education, nursing and the sciences.

For more detailed information on how to create a profile and join the ASK subgroup visit: http://www.nnu.edu/alumni-friends/ask/.  If you have any questions, please call the Alumni Office at 1.800.654.2411 or e-mail alumni@nnu.edu.

 


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