Megan Goering '08 went from Kansan to San Franciscan by way of Grinnell. In this video, the Grinnell grad, now a global vendor manager at Google Enterprise, talks about how the diversity she encountered at Grinnell prepared her to build and lead teams across countries and continents. Since graduating from Grinnell, Goering has helped other Grinnellians by assisting with the coordination of a Silicon Valley Industry Tour for current students.
Grinnell College alumni have always been generous, offering their time and connections to move other Grinnellians along in their careers. In today's challenging job market, your support will not only help Grinnell students gain a competitive edge but also ultimately make a difference in their lives. The time you give a student now can lead to great things.
Benefits for Career Development volunteers
Connect with talented students who are eager to learn and highly motivated
Help students discover their passions, values, and strengths while making connections to the world of work
Hear from students about their current experiences at Grinnell
Share your career and professional expertise
Meet students who may be future potential employees or colleagues
Career success is not only a measure of individual achievement but also a marker of institutional quality
For more information about becoming a career development volunteer, please contact Nate Dobbels, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations for Career Development Programs, at (866) 850-1846.
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