Connect with alumni professionals worldwide to find collaborators, build a professional network, share resources, and exchange career tips.
Join us for our next Networking Hour(s):
The CCCN is a fee-based service* of accredited professional alumni career coaches who want to help you reach your career goals. Meet the members of the Network, and read their helpful thought leadership.
*Please note, fees differ based on each coach's practice, and are not set by the CAA. Please consult each coach for more information regarding their pricing structure. Thank you.
Interested in joining the Network as an alumni volunteer? Only qualified full-time, accredited career coaches will be contacted. Apply here.
Career Coaches Office Hours Upcoming Sessions
The Columbia Career Coaches Network (CCCN) will be on hand to provide guidance about your career including questions about job searching, transitioning careers, how to leverage your alumni network and LinkedIn connections, and more. We will limit each session to 30 participants, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Register at the dates below:
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There are many reasons to be proud of being an alum. Realizing the value in being backed by the Columbia University name, the CAA offers an official business card for alumni who wish to share their pride and school affiliation in their networking endeavors.
Unfortunately, this business card service is currently unavailable to alumni of Barnard College, Teachers College, and the Jewish Theological Seminary.
At this time, business cards may only be shipped domestically within the United States via FedEx and must be delivered to a residential or office address (no P.O. Boxes allowed).