• Life 101 Series: Networking 101

Life 101, your guide to post-college life, is back!

Return to Suffolk this fall and join fellow young alumni and industry experts for three networking and educational sessions that will help you prepare for what lies ahead.  From homebuying to career- we’ve got you covered.  All events are recession-proof (complimentary) but please RSVP. 


Networking 101

with Guest Speaker Ruth Hegarty BA’98, MS’00

4 Keys to Networking Success: How to build a strong, effective network in a way that fits your goals and personality  

Wednesday December 2, 2009
Location: Rosalie K. Stahl Center, 73 Tremont Street, 1st Floor Amenities Room, Boston MA
Time: 6:00-8:00pm
Cost: FREE! Light refreshments served

Networking is a personal and professional necessity that often gets a bad reputation, yet it doesn't have to be a dreaded drudgery. Done right, networking really can be a fun and effective way to meet new people, grow your business or career, gain confidence and enjoy yourself. This program by Ruth Hegarty, a certified coach and educator, will teach you the four key strategies to networking success, how to create and follow your individualized networking plan, what to do and say at any networking event, what materials you should and shouldn’t bring to networking events, how to identify the best networking venues for you and much more.
Please RSVP to Andréa Kerr at 617.573.8451 or akerr@suffolk.edu


Sponsored by the Suffolk University Young Alumni Advisory Group in conjunction with the Alumni Association. 

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