The KU Alumni Association is developing new career resources and support for KU alumni. Thank you to those of you who helped us by completing our recent survey and providing your thoughts about career-oriented programs and services.
For Alumni Job Seekers
Recent grads should sign up for KU Career Connections through the University Career Center. This tool is specially designed for graduates entering the work force.
LinkedIn® features a powerful new Alumni Tool that shows where KU alumni live and work and what they do.
Find a Mentor
The KU Alumni Mentor Network is a professional networking program designed to connect members of the KU Alumni Association or student members of the Student Alumni Association with volunteer mentors.
Career Tips and Articles
Check out the Career articles in the News section of our site, where we share alumni stories, tips and professional event highlights.
Network with Alumni
The KU Alumni Association offers many ways to network with alumni. Have a LinkedIn ® profile? Join these official groups for alumni of the University of Kansas, and use them to network with other Jayhawks. Click to request to join these groups for KU alumni:
- KU Alumni-University of Kansas
- KU Black Alumni Chapter
- KU School of Business Alumni
- KU School of Engineering Alumni
- KU School of Law Alumni
- KU School of Journalism Alumni
- KU School of Architecture, Design & Planning Alumni
- KU College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Alumni
- KU School of Pharmacy Alumni
For Alumni Employers
Post a Job
Looking to hire KU graduates? Jayhawks and recruiters can join the KU Alumni group on LinkedIn ® and post positions on the job board where fellow Jayhawks will be sure to see it. Employers also can post job openings with the University Career Center to target recent grads.
Become a Mentor
Gain an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of future KU graduates by sharing your experience and knowledge. Learn more about the KU Alumni Mentor Network and volunteer to be a mentor.
Recruit on Campus
Partner with the University Career Center (UCC) to recruit future KU graduates. The UCC provides information for employers looking to recruit on campus, advertise to KU students, conduct information sessions or participate in career fairs.
The University of Kansas provides career services for students and graduates in a number of areas. To learn more, visit www.careerservices.ku.edu, or check out some of these resources: