Alumni Share Dinner and Career Advice with Current Seniors

Two dozen Gilman alumni returned to campus on January 22 for the second annual Senior Class Dinner & Networking Night.  The alumni represented eight different broad industry groups, and each individual brought with him a different story to tell about what he does for work now and how he got to where he is today.  After a quick dinner and some opening remarks from Kevin Haus '10, chair of the Alumni Association Board of Governors Young & Future Alumni subcommittee, the group spread out around the first floor or Carey Hall for more targeted discussions.  Each senior visited with two different industries where he learned about different potential career paths.  And, afterward, there was time for less formal networking wherein the seniors could follow-up with specific alumni to discuss courses of study, internship and job decisions, and Senior Encounter opportunities