Led by alumni entrepreneurs, faculty, and Career Coaches, these convenient webinars offer valuable tools and strategies for every industry, background, and level of experience—helping you feel empowered and supported throughout your career journey.
Browse the sessions below, and register today! New webinars are added throughout the year—check back for exciting updates.
Wednesday, September 6
6 – 7:30 p.m. (ET)
Thought about signing up for the University-wide Mentorship Program as a mentor or mentee? Join alumni mentors and mentorship program managers for a virtual presentation and interactive session to learn about the impact of mentorship on students, alumni and the greater community.
We will cover the Mentorship Program’s design, the role of mentors and mentees, and the importance of having a diverse group of mentors who have similar shared experiences and specific insight to deepen connections with their alumni and student mentees.
This comprehensive career development series will get you charged up to power through a job search or career transition. Complete with interactive webinars, ask us anything forums, and personal access to career experts, this series provides actionable skills — not just more information!
Wednesday, February 1, 2023
6:30 p.m.–8 p.m. (ET)
Whether you’re negotiating for a new job, or an earned raise or promotion, gain confidence in your negotiation style and learn how to: 1) identify and articulate your personal value, 2) develop an arsenal of persuasive responses and other negotiation strategies, and 3) conduct objective market research to benchmark a target salary and benefits.
Join fellow University of Rochester alumni and parents for this interactive workshop, led by Rachel Roberts ’03E, Director of the Institute for Music Leadership and Associate Professor of Music Leadership.
Wednesday, June 7, 2023
Noon– 1 p.m. (ET)
When you ask someone about their plans for retirement, answers are about fifty-fifty. Half are excited at the thought of enjoying their retirement while the other half dreads the very thought of it. No matter which side you find yourself on, it’s important to have a plan for your retirement. But how do you get started? And isn’t it just about having enough money?
Unlock and embrace the real meaning of “planning for retirement” with dynamic duo Dan Mantell ’82 and Marcia Mantell ’83, retirement planners with decades of experience in the financial industry. With expertise in making the transition into retirement smoother than just jumping off a cliff, they’ll help you identify the many important pieces that make up a plan for retirement and give you the tools you need to start planning.