Let’s keep in touch. We’ve rounded up seven ways to stay professionally connected with Alma College.
Refer a job or internship
Email email@example.com to send us information about an internship or entry-level job that you think would be a great fit for an Alma College student. These could include opportunities outside your organization. If you or another Alma alumnus would be a good contact for a student applying to the position, please include that information in your referral. We will share this information with interested faculty and students.
Post a micro-internship project
Non-profit and civic organizations may post a 20 to 40-hour professional project that a student can complete remotely. The PlaidWorks Micro-Internship Initiative provides students with grants of up to $500 for the completion of a micro-internship.
For micro-internships with local nonprofit organizations and Alma alumni, see the PlaidWorks Micro-internship program. Students who complete these volunteer projects are eligible for a $250 - $500 grant from Alma College.
Participate in a networking event
Looking to get involved? Support current Scots by participating in a networking event, such as our Roundtable Represent (identity based), discipline-based networking events, or alumni speed interviews.