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Mentoring and Educating Swatties

  • SwatWorks -- SwatWorks micro-internships are short-term, paid, professional assignments that are similar to those given to new hires or interns. These projects enable college students to demonstrate skills, explore career paths, and build their networks, as they are mentored by Swarthmore alumni and parents. Unlike traditional internships, micro-internships will be funded through micro-grants offered by Career Services.
  • Alumni Student Networking Dinner – fall and spring events connecting students with Alumni Council mentors
  • Alumni Career Panels and Speakers – often coordinated with academic departments, visit campus to talk about careers for certain majors (e.g. Careers for Chemistry Majors), careers within specific fields (e.g. International Development Careers) and career topics (e.g. Networking)
  • SwatTank – mentor students participating in this innovation incubator

Recruiting Swatties

Social Media and Swatties

Email us if interested in supporting students in their career development

Using LinkedIn Groups to Connect

Swatties Helping Swatties: SHS provides a place to connect current Swarthmore students with alumni who mentor them by providing professional advice, information and support. 

Mock Interviewing: Need interview help? By joining this subgroup, you’ll be able to connect with other Swatties who are seeking practice and offering mock interviewing.