We’re challenging Brandeis alumni, families and friends to share job and internship opportunities, or other career guidance, to help the Class of 2020 find meaningful work during this historically tough job market.

Tianmin Zhang and James Orsillo standing outside a building

Tianmin Zhang, MSF'20, pictured (right) in 2019 with alumni mentor, James Orsillo, MBA'06

text: Over 300 alumni and friends are helping the Class of 2020 find jobs. Join them.

How You Can Meet the Challenge

You can lend your support by connecting our most recent grads with meaningful professional development opportunities, including:

Complete the brief form below and a Brandeis career center staff member will soon be in touch to help you share your employment opportunities or career guidance with the Brandeis community. 

See our frequently asked questions to learn more.

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Alumni Voices

Hannah Marqusee

"Those of us working in industries that are still hiring (like the government) have a duty to pay it forward and help however we can." — Hannah Marqusee, MBA/MS'18, The Heller School, health economics technical advisor, USAID

Wilfred Chilangwa

"My professional career has been influenced by people who took the time to guide and support me and these moments of mentorship have stayed with me. As an alumnus of Brandeis University and Brandeis International Business School, I've tried to do the same, and I encourage you to also consider supporting our graduates in their professional endeavors." — Wilfred Chilangwa '91, MA'92, Brandeis International Business School, portfolio manager, Fidelity Investments

Angela Stroupe

“My team was actively recruiting and I know the best and brightest candidates will come from Brandeis.” — Angela Stroupe, MA'09, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, scientist, Patient Reported Outcomes at Pharmerit International

Carolyn Kimberlin

“My post-Brandeis career was shaped in part by fellow alumni who encouraged me toward a career path I didn't even know existed, but they knew I would be well suited for.” — Carolyn Kimberlin ‘99, director of milestone reunions, Colby College

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