Life After Vanderbilt
Life After Vanderbilt Series:
The Life After Vanderbilt event series launched in spring 2014 to bring to life the annual Life After Vanderbilt Guide, which offers real advice from young alumni to seniors to help them "conquer and prevail" after graduation. We’re here to help seniors navigate their next steps with first jobs, grad school, and new cities – and help connect you to YOUR global alumni community!
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On Demand programming
Putting Your Best Foot Forward
This webinar focuses on helping you to conquer and prevail during your first few days and weeks on the job. Join Cindy Son (BS’19) and Jeff Casulo (MBA’16) from Deloitte as they share ways to navigate this transition and truly put your best foot forward.
Missed the webinar? Watch it here.
Intro to Insurance
Join us for this webinar hosted by Aimee Kawabata (BA’16) as she guides you through the fundamentals of this often confusing subject. Whether it’s health, auto, home, or even pet insurance, you’ll learn the basics to guide you in making selections that fit your needs.
Learn to wine and dine like the best of them! This webinar will guide you in how to handle business dinners like a pro. We’ll teach you tips and tricks to conquer and prevail in interviews and business meetings.
Thinking about how to budget, save and deal with your finances when you leave Vanderbilt? Join us for this podcast as Vanderbilt professor and alumnus, Gary Kimball (BS‘84, MBA ‘85) talks on saving, budgeting, dealing with debt, building credit and setting you up your long-term financial success, starting now.
Seniors and the City
This virtual networking session connects you with young alumni leaders in some of our largest cities across the U.S. This event has passed, and there are no virtual materials available at this time.
The Last Lecture
Each year a professor is chosen by the Senior class to give one Last Lecture, filled with advice and well wishes for the graduating class. This year, Vanessa Beasley, vice provost for academic affairs and dean of residential faculty, was chosen by the Class of 2020.