We have the expertise to survey students and alumni, develop and present career programming, scale existing offerings, and collaborate with your team seamlessly.
Among the populations for whom specialized programming can be delivered are baby boomers near the age of retirement who would like to pursue another career, women navigating the workforce, students and alumni of color, LGBTQ+ students and alumni, veterans, and students and alumni with disabilities..
Our teams design surveys, collect the data, and provide customized reports that are invaluable for strategic planning.
Webinars are delivered by Maplewood staff on dates determined in conjunction with college/university staff, and are presented online via Maplewood's webinar platform so that students and alumni may attend from any location. Topics may be selected from the Maplewood Standard Career Curriculum or fully-customized content can be developed.
Content is continually updated in the the LinkedIn group to educate students and alumni on career and professional development topics and trends. Group members have the opportunity to ask questions, share experiences, and further engage with each other and the institution.
Virtual programming is delivered to engage professionals within the same industry. Support is also given to assist volunteer-led in-person gatherings. Networks that are industry-specific allow students and alumni to make meaningful relevant connections.
Maplewood H68 professionals can offer support through a dedicated email address to which students and alumni may address career questions.