Through the years, in good job markets and bad, Oberlin alumni have been involved in helping students and fellow alumni chart their course. In a very real sense, you are the best resources to help prepare students for the transition from Oberlin. Your experience, your credibility, and your advice are invaluable as complements to the programs, services and resources offered here on campus. Please join us in a partnership helping Oberlin students make that challenging transition from college to career. We'd love to have you on our team!
OBIEWeb: First and foremost, if you are an Oberlin alumna/us, please go to your OBIEWeb Alumni Profile and update your information! Pay particular attention to the Professional information sections. It would also be of great value if you could upload a recent copy of your resume, so students and fellow alumni can learn of your employment and education history. Lastly, it is important for you to include a personal email address so students can easily communicate with you via the email link in your profile.
LinkedIn: Currently more than 3000 Oberln Alumni have joined LinkedIn Oberlin Alumni Group, making it a vibrant community. To access the network you must complete a profile and request to join the group. Matt Paddock '94 leads the group.
Learn more how you can be involved in helping Oberlin students and about the services available to you as an Alumnus though the Office of Career Services. Just follow the links to the left of this page. We look forward to working with you in the months ahead.
Gayle Boyer, Operations Manager
Office of Career Services