MIT alums boost Wisconsin high-tech businesses
Waukesha, Wis. Alumni from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are coming together to offer Wisconsin companies a helping hand.
In the last few years the MIT Club of Wisconsin, an organization of MIT alumni from across the state, has begun to branch out past alumni meetings. The organiz...
Pay attention to your alumni connections when job hunting
... program but rather the blue-chip roster of fellow alums
with which you can later associate. As the mytholo...keep in touch. If you do that, you and your fellow alums
can contact one another directly through the Linke... just for starters:
To reach out to your fellow alums
as they change employers over time when you're job...
Hone your pre-interview skills or you may lose that tech job
...has been around and other factors.
You could learn that all former employees despise the place and are preparing a class-action lawsuit or that its alums
have formed a corporate alumni group and have friendly feelings toward the organization even after being downsized. You never know.
Search the arc...
Off-the-grid networking can help you cut past chit-chat
...ten schedule weekend-long excursions for groups of alums
from one city or a region. Talk to fellow alums
who have participated to make sure the activities ... weekend of networking with former schoolmates and alums
from other years (and decades) is a whole lot more...
Wisconsin's high-growth economy: '07 predictions
...mercial applications are closer than ever.
The Wisconsin Institute for Discovery was launched with $150 million from WARF, the state, and Badger alums
John and Tashia Morgridge, giving Wisconsin the foundation for a multi-disciplinary research center unlike anything else in the Heartland. The re-elec...