Alumni Relations and Advancement Opportunities

Get Involved

 

Get connected with current Explorers through the La Salle Alumni Association. 

 

La Salle’s Explorer Shadow Program is a one-day job shadow experience that allows students from across the university to “shadow” or observe a professional get a behind-the-scenes look at a job, company and/or industry.

Host Information and Registration

The Explorer Shadow Program is a great way to:

  • Connect with students and potentially build a future pipeline of talent.
  • Empower students to make informed decisions regarding their career choices by providing a realistic perspective of what it is like to work for your organization.
  • Build your organization’s brand on campus.

 

For more information, see the Employer FAQ.

If you are interested in participating in the Explorer Shadow Program, complete this form:

 

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The #HireExplorer Site Visit Program is an experiential learning experience, typically comprised of 5-15 students, visiting a regional employer. Site Visits take place during the Fall and Spring academic year, between September and May, and is only a half of day or full-day experience.

Typically, these site visits include:

  • Typically, these site visits include:
  • An information session to learn about the organization
  • A discussion panel on a particular topic
  • Lunch or coffee with a networking opportunity with employees, oftentimes including La Salle alumni
  • A tour of the organization
  • Insight into potential jobs and internships

Recent participants:

  • Cigna HealthSpring
  • Subaru
  • Holman Automotive
  • BakerTilly

Interested in hosting a site visit? Please click here to complete a request form and someone from the employer relations team will be in contact:

Our recruiter “coach for a day” program allows for recruiters to spend the day in our career center, meeting with students to provide career advisement.  (Resume review, Mock interview, Elevator Speech, Etc.)  It is a great way to not only invest in the post-graduation goals of our students but can be a very effective method for recruiting talent.

Learn more about our Executives On Campus program from University Advancement