Alumni Career Services
The mission of Temple University’s Alumni Career Services is to provide high quality lifelong career management programming, services, events and resources that assist our alumni in all phases of their career development.
Master the Art & Science of Interviewing
Studies show the average job seeker will go through 16 interviews before getting a job offer! Join John Kador, author of 301 Best Questions to ASK on Your Interview, to learn how you can maximize the opportunities you get. You will walk away with a strategy that gives you more confidence and control of the interview process.
Grab Your Keys and Drive Your Career
Your leadership skills are the key to helping you reach that next step on the corporate ladder. In today’s lean organizations, everyone is expected to step into a leadership role of some kind. To do that, sometimes you need to rebrand yourself! Join Los Ellis, author of Keys to Life Business Success, to learn how to expand your leadership skills, get noticed and gain the appreciation of those with whom you work.
Proven Strategies to Build a Network That Works For You
Who has the time to build a network? Nobody! But today, more then ever, having a carefully cultivated professional network is the key to getting a job faster, with less effort, and without the added anxiety of potential loss of income. Join Mike Fishbein, author of How to Build an Awesome Professional Network, to learn how you can utilize social media strategies to not only build your network, but engage it.
Stuff Your Resume With Keywords To Highlight Your Experience
With the average job posting getting hundreds of applications, your resume is going to have to scream “ PICK ME!” Jay has extensively researched automated resume software and has come up with techniques to significantly increase your chances of getting your resume on the desk of a hiring authority.
Use Your Strengths to Create a Rewarding and Satisfying Career
You deserve to be happy. You deserve to love to get up and go to work – EVERYDAY! Best selling author, Tom Rath, has used the extensive, global research of the Gallup organization to identify simple techniques you can instantly adopt that will move your career toward the things at which you are destined to be great, and those that will make you happiest.
For more information on how career resources are offered to Temple alumni, please contact Tina Vance Knight, Associate Director of the Alumni Career Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-204-5132.