Greensboro College Alumni, are you interested in staying connected with your Alma Mater? There are several ways you can do so.
A great way of staying involved with Greensboro College and to give back is to provide internship opportunities to current students. Interns can offer fresh perspectives while helping with projects and increasing the visibility of your organization on campus. They can also be a pipeline of potential employees after graduation. If you are interested in offering opportunities, please complete this form and the Director of Career and Personal Development will be in touch with you.
Please click here for further information on Greensboro College’s Internship Program.
If you are an alum willing to share your time, experiences and knowledge with our current students, please consider one of the options below or feel free to share other ideas with the Office of Career and Personal Development.
Please be certain to update us with your current employment information. Let us know what you’re doing!
The CLD 1100 (Exploring) & CLD 3100 (Experiencing) Career & Life Directions courses are designed to help students discover and affirm their strengths, interests and career options. During these courses, students learn:
Alumni are strongly encouraged and welcomed to visit these classes to be a guest speaker, do resume reviews, or to assist with Mock Interviews. To make arrangements, please contact Caryn J Atwater, Director of Career and Personal Development at (336)272-7102 xtn 5370 or via email at email@example.com.
Not all interviews and networking opportunities are held in an office setting. Sometimes they occur over a meal where there is an art to conducting oneself appropriately. Greensboro College students benefit tremendously from experiencing an “Etiquette” Luncheon or Dinner on campus. If you would like to sponsor such an event, please contact Caryn J. Atwater, Director of Career and Personal Development, at 336-272-7102, ext. 5370, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pride Professional Clothing Closet, housed in 301 Main Building, offers Greensboro College students gently used and new professional clothing appropriate for interviews and the workplace free of charge. Please consider making a donation of items that are current (styles within the last 5 years), clean and free from rips, tears and stains. Tax receipts are available upon request.
On Friday night, January 24 (early Saturday morning), the college will experience an Internet outage of up to 30 minutes while one of its Internet providers performs planned network maintenance. The outage should occur between midnight and 2:30 a.m.