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Alumni Sharing Knowledge

June 2, 2010, 8:42 am
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The final months of the college experience can be very overwhelming as students are searching for jobs, applying for graduate school or making plans to set out on their own adventures. To help future generations of students navigate through this stressful time, NNU’s Alumni Association invites you to join ASK—an innovative undertaking to connect alumni with NNU students.

The Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) Network is designed to provide NNU students with a network of alumni contacts and career information. To become involved, alumni need only set up an account through the online networking site LinkedIn®.

NNU alumna Carrie Goldsmith (’01) participated in the ASK program as a student. She was partnered with an alumnus of the same major. “It was great being able to talk with her and learn from her experiences. She helped encourage me and gave me advice for the future.”

Through partnering with a student you can create lasting relationships while giving back to the university. To get detailed registration instructions or find more information, visit theASK pageof the NNU website.


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