Networking can be as simple as handing someone a contact card or as involved as joining committees, clubs and organizations. Regardless of how you do it, networking is definitely one of the most important steps when it comes to kick-starting your career.
+-Build Your Network
This section is filled with simple things you can do to build your network using people you already know. As you meet people throughout your academic and professional career, make sure to make connections by exchanging information. You can even get started by requesting Chapman contact cards through our business card service at the Career Development Center.
The Simple Starter Guide to Building Your Network
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+-Chapman Alumni Network
Chapman University has a huge growing network of alumni. Alumni of Chapman University are employed all over the country everywhere from small entrepreneur startups to huge fortune 500 companies. Getting connected with this massive network can lead to jobs and internships all over the world. Follow this link to the Chapman Alumni Network Webpage.
Chapman Alumni Network
Social Media is a great resource to use to network and stay connected. Build your own profiles on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or start your own blog. Make sure anything you use when networking for your career is kept clean and professional (you could make one for personal use and one for business) and keep your profiles up to date by checking them often. You can also add us on the social pages below to get updates and exclusive information regarding career opportunities and events.
- CDC Facebook (facebook.com/Chapman.CDC)
- CDC Twitter (twitter.com/Chapman_CDC)