Alumni Career Development Webinars

Alumni Career Development Webinars


The Alumni Career Development Webinar Series features presentations and workshops led by TC graduates from a range of professional backgrounds. Past webinars have covered topics such as career management, networking, social media branding and leadership. The series is a free, convenient and engaging way to develop necessary career skills for today’s workplace.  Scroll through this page to see upcomingfeatured and archived webinars. 

Are you an alumnus/a who would like to host a webinar? Submit your proposal.

Is there a specific career topic you would like us to cover in this series? Email tcalumni@tc.columbia.edu to request a webinar topic.

Upcoming Webinars

More webinars will be scheduled soon! View our full archive of webinars below.

The Alumni Career Development Webinar Series is brought to you by the Alumni Council and TC Next. The views, opinions and positions expressed by the speakers and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Teachers College or any employee thereof. 

Featured Webinar

Leveraging Mentoring

Learn the benefits of having a mentor, what to look for in a mentor and how to develop your mentoring team.

Webinar Archive

Navigating Federal Student Loan Repayment after Graduation | Teachers College Office of Financial Aid

Leaning In, Leaning On: Why Mentorship Matters (Especially for Women!) |  Jane Brown (M.A. ’10) and Jessica Sarles-Dinsick (M.A. ’17)

Pursuing Your Passion: How to Navigate a Career Change | Cristina Romeo Compton (Ed.D. '16)

The Craft of Creativity | Matthew Cronin (M.A. ’97)

Creating a Climate for the Growth Mindset to Flourish  | Courtney Brown (M.A. ’91)

Knockout Presentations: Be Clear, Concise and Confident | Diane DiResta (M.S. '77)

Networking for Introverts | Ruth Gotian (Ed.D. ’17)

Personal Branding: Consciously Enhancing What You Already Have | Linda Evans (M.A. ’16)

The Teaching Secrets of the Best Leaders | Reshan Richards (Ed.D. ’14) and Stephen J. Valentine

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