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Recent graduate Mayra Mercado '19 shares her experience as an alumna participating in the Fraternity & Sorority Life Alumni & Employer Networking career event. [READ FULL POST]

Ashley Valenzuela Ruesgen

The interview process can be a nerve-racking experience for even the experienced job seekers, but thanks to the Bear Network, UNC job seekers have help. UNC alumna, Ashley Valenzuela-Ruesgen ‘11, Human Resources Solutions Partner at CenturyLink has an inside perspective of what to do and what not do while interviewing for your dream job. We interviewed Ashley; Below are her top ten tips to prepare you for your upcoming or future interview. [READ FULL POST]

Student tries on blazer in UNC's Professional Attire Closet.

Thanks to both the generosity of donors and the hard work of MCB staff member Melissa Hoffman, UNC’s Professional Attire Closet is providing students with free professional clothing to help them approach interviews, networking events and presentations with confidence. [READ FULL POST]

While our 29th Annual Lūʻau has been canceled, you can still support Hawai'i Club with a monetary donation that supports annual programs like Lūʻau. Find out more in our blog. [READ FULL POST]

The University of Northern Colorado proudly announces the selection of five new Honored Alumni. Honorees will be recognized at the Honored Alumni Award Ceremony on Friday, March 27, 2020, in the University Center Ballrooms. [READ FULL POST]

Cumbres graduates in commencement robes

UNC alumni and donors are known for their generous hearts. Every year, our students and community are beneficiaries of the time, talent and mentorship of those who give back. There are hundreds of ways that donors directly impact students. In the case of the Cumbres program, those students are future English as a Second Language (ESL) teachers. [READ FULL POST]

Alirez

District 6 graduate Andrew Alirez never had much of a choice about whether he would be a wrestler, but he did have options about where to compete at the college level. UNC’s program and head coach made that decision easy. [READ FULL POST]