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If you’re graduated last week (congratulations, you’re a #LivUniGrad!), you are now part of a global family of 232,000 University of Liverpool alumni.
Although you’ll be missed, we want you to know that graduation isn’t a goodbye. We’re here for you in the future too and would love to stay in touch. Here’s just some things you should know about:
Take a look at the Class of 2020 webpages to find out more about your alumni network and how you can access a range of benefits from our Careers & Employability service.
Liverpool Connect is our online networking platform, offering the Class of 2020 a great opportunity to connect with graduates who are willing to share their career insights, journeys after graduation and offer workplace experiences through informal online mentoring.
Through the Liverpool Connect platform you can:
More than 1,700 graduates have already registered to offer their advice to students like you.
Whether you are looking for a mentor, or hoping to give back your time by volunteering your skills and expertise as a mentor, Liverpool Connect can offer you the opportunity you need.
No matter what stage you’re at in your graduate career, we are here to help. You can continue to access careers support as you progress through your early career. Make sure you update your contact details online to access our services and find out more. You can also develop your skills by accessing our professional development offers, or network with fellow alumni.
We have partnered with Handshake as the provider of our new Careers & Employability online platform.
Handshake offers some amazing new features, allowing you to:
This year we’re offering a range of benefits to students progressing to master’s level study with us – from financial awards and more courses to choose from, to enhanced careers and employability support. Find out more here https://student.liverpool.ac.uk/progress-to-postgraduate/
All recent news
Celebrating Disability History Month
Meet the team: Student Administration and Support
Social spaces on campus
Staff and students invited to The Great Read discussion events
Introducing the Liverpool Guild of Students Leadership Programme
Are long-acting therapeutics the future of HIV treatment? On #WorldAidsDay2021 Prof Andrew Owen & Prof Steve Rannard talk about their work into the treatment of HIV, & how they have collaborated across scientific disciplines to secure amazing results 👉 https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/feature/world-aids-day/
Are you an Engineering graduate? @livunieng are looking for volunteers for a new programme, Future Food Challenge at @FarmUrbanUK that supports secondary students with vertical farming business ideas. 🌍
Find out more at the info session tomorrow, 1 Dec: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfwlQ1-p8oLWqlw5oSl6ZxxyhLUMeDLy-mkr4zaLecMt03TxA/viewform
Yesterday’s snow on campus! ❄️
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