Career Conversation: Digital Connections to Professional Relationships

Thursday, Sept. 19 | 12 p.m. (EDT)
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Are you making LinkedIn connections but don’t feel like you’re making genuine connections? Are you hoping to transition to a new industry but worry you have no contacts? Looking for people who can help you take the next step?

Click in with Catherine Tuttle, the GAA’s career coach, and Jack Ahern, the GAA’s coordinator of alumni networking and outreach, for this Career Conversation on all things networking online. Find out how to take steps to grow your network by maximizing your time and effort online. This conversation will also include a demo of the new Tar Heel Advising Network.

Participants will have the opportunity to pose questions before and during the event. Interested but cannot make it? Let us know. The conversation will be available on demand for GAA members after the event.

This conversation is offered as an exclusive to GAA members and is complimentary. Details will be emailed to registrants 24-48 hours prior to the conversation.

Catherine Tuttle, Career Coach

Catherine is a career consultant with the General Alumni Association. Over the past 10 years, Catherine has worked one-on-one with MBAs, recent graduates, mid-level career professionals and executives. She has extensive experience working with resumes, cover letters and coaching, and is the owner of Forward Thinking Resumes. We are excited to have Catherine working with us to provide career support to our alumni.

Jack Ahern, Coordinator of Networkin g and Outreach

Jack joined the GAA in January 2018 and focuses on club scholarships, career services and triangle outreach. He loves connecting people and helping them reach their goals. In his free time, Jack enjoys running with his dog, Henry, while listening to his favorite podcasts. Jack is also on an epic quest to find N.C.’s best cheeseburger.