What can NJIT do for members of the Class of 2010?
Ask anyone who stays connected to NJIT. They are connected to a great career network. NJIT alumni know their fellow graduates are well trained, so when they are looking to hire, the alumni network is often the first place they go. And most alumni, when asked, are happy to offer advice and connections when they can.
People who stay connected also meet people who share their memories and their experiences. They make new friends. They belong to a community in a time when communities are sometimes hard to come by, especially when you are starting a brand new life outside of college.
You have an opportunity to be connected no matter where you live. There are currently twelve Regional Clubs in eight states around the country, not including the Young Alumni Club in New Jersey. To learn more about alumni regional clubs and programs, go to www.njit.edu/alumni. If there is no group in your area and you would like to start one, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two more important things:
• Increasingly, our invitations and announcements go by email, so please make sure we always have your latest email address. Just send it to email@example.com.
• What class do you belong to really? Some classmates have said that they feel more connected to a class different from their “official” one, usually because they graduated a semester or two later than the friends they were at school with. If you feel that way, please send your “preferred” class affiliation to firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember: Stay connected and be involved. It's one of the best things you can do for yourself.