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Meet with Hawk Alumni About Careers After Hartwick

During your sophomore year at Hartwick, FlightPath introduces you to our alumni network to explore your career interests. The Hawk Career HOP is a series of conversations to help you get inspired, make connections, and learn about your career options after college.

  • Choose from any or all of the Hawk Career HOP events and activities listed below. *Space may be limited. Priority will be given to sophomore students and alternative sessions will be created as needed.
  • Register to receive your zoom invite and 1:1 alumni conversation match.
  • Gain insight to help you choose a career path that is right for you.

BIG IDEAS - Spring 2021

Alumni leaders and friends of the College share their future-focused insight for careers in 2023 and beyond.

Life as we know it is changing and so is our work. We’ve invited professional leaders in the Hartwick community to talk with you about what’s happening and how you can position yourself to succeed when you graduate.

Owning Your Own Brand
Meg Luce ’14 and Associate Professor of Art, Joseph Von Stengel
Monday, March 29 from 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Tackling Global Challenges Through Research
Sarah Baum, daughter of alumnus Frederick “Rick” Baum ’87, and Associate Professor of Political Science, Dr. Amy Forster Rothbart
Tuesday, March 30 from 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Finance for the Social Good
Dan Marsh ’74 and Professor of Economics, Dr. Carlena Ficano
Thursday, April 1 from 6:00-7:00 p.m.


Group conversations on trending career topics with candid insight from working alumni.

Priority will be given to sophomore students and alternative sessions will be created as needed.

There are some important issues facing our workforce that you should know about. Listen in and ask questions of recent graduates to learn what they are really doing and dealing with in their careers.

Women in Male-dominated Fields
Monday, April 5
1:20-2:20 p.m. (common hour)

Life Inside a Start-Up
Tuesday, April 6
6:00-7:00 p.m.

Public Health is Booming
Wednesday, April 7
1:20-2:20 p.m. (common hour)

Service as a Competitive Edge: AmeriCorps/Peace Corps
Thursday, April 8
6:00-7:00 p.m.

In Demand Skills: Data/Technology
Friday, April 9
1:20-2:20 p.m. (common hour)

1:1 Conversations

Limited Time: March 29-April 29

Join TrueBlue Connect and register for “Life on the Job” Conversations to be matched with a member of the Hartwick alumni community to interview about their career.

TrueBlue Connect is Hartwick’s new online community for career conversations and mentorship. Sign up and register to be matched with an alumni professional for a brief career conversation. You will be provided guidance, resources, reminders and tools to introduce yourself, schedule a meeting and interview a Hartwick graduate about their career.

Space is limited. Priority will be given to sophomores, but all students are welcome to register.