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The purpose of the Student Alumni Association Networking VP is to increase student opportunities for success by providing resources for students to connect one-on-one with alumni, become better learners, and discover new career possibilities that parallel their passions.

Josh LeFevre

Josh LeFevre

VP of Networking
Phone: 801-589-9783
Email: joshlefevre@gmail.com

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Welcome! Some of you may be scared by the word “N-E-T-W-O-R-K-I-N-G” and what it may entail… What if I told you that you network everyday? It’s true! I guarantee that you have at least one friend, possibly a job with co-workers, or you take classes and chat with the person next to you and, most likely, consistently add friends to your Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or Instagram profiles.

You are your best resume

That, my friends, is networking! A network is where individuals share information and bring value to a group or friendship—whether that be a car, idea, business plan or anything else we feel important. Networking is building relationships that matter! While social media friendships may ebb and flow, your professional and personal networks are designed to take you places and remain permanent. These type of person-to-person networks can grow exponentially and provide the foundation for success.

The Student Alumni Association is here for you! Our goal is to provide you the resources, free of charge, to enhance your networking toolbox; while providing the opportunities for you to meet distinguished Alumni and professionals who will assist you on your journey.

What is Networking?

Why Network?

How do I network as a student?

Upcoming Events

Date Event Location
September 25, 2013 Networking for Newbs David B. Haight Alumni Center
November 13, 2013 Manly Night David B. Haight Alumni Center
February 5, 2014 Career Service Network Training David B. Haight Alumni Center
March 5, 2014 Motherhood vs. Careers David B. Haight Alumni Center