As valued members of the campus community, Career Development is always interested in connecting with alumni. Whether you are coming back as a speaker or linking you with a current student, we know our office and the entire University benefits from your involvement. As alumni, there are many ways to engage with the Career Development Center, including:

If you have any questions about how to get involved with your alma mater's Career Development, please do not hesitate to contact us at or (540) 458 - 8595.

If you are looking for help with your own career, please check out Alumni Affairs' Career Resources page

Featured Alumni


General Wisdom: Greg Ussery '12 on Living and Working Abroad

Greg Ussery '12 joins us from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where he works as Editorial Manager for Oxford Business Group. 0:00 Introduction / working for Oxford Business Group, and the path that led there. 3:42 What is it like living abroad? What would you recommend to students/alumni who are looking to do the same? 9:38 Is […]


General Wisdom: Joe Sussingham '13 on Life as a Professional Musician

Joe Sussingham '13, one half of electronic dance music duo Coyote Kisses, recently performed at Coachella Music Festival. How did he pull that off?!? Check out this episode of General Wisdom to find out. 0:10 Introduction 1:56 The evolution of Coyote Kisses 4:14 How did you wind up playing Coachella?!? What was that like, and […]


General Wisdom: Samantha Copping '11 on Grad School Life

0:10 Intro 0:39 Connecting the dots–how did you wind up in grad school? / 1:09 Always thinking about "the next step" / 1:51 The liberating/terrifying realization that law school was not that next step / 3:14 Getting off the "conveyor belt of life" 4:29 What is grad school life like? 5:56 Any advice for current […]


Ben Ersing '12: How Do I Break into the Impact Investing Industry?

A new career track is quickly opening up – one that spans the formerly large chasm between the public and private sectors. As few as 5 years ago, when I was still roaming the halls of the C-School, this sector largely did not exist. Individuals interested pursuing a career in this space are increasingly required […]