The world has been forced to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic and Susquehanna’s Break Through student-alumni career networking conference was no different.
New this year was a 21-video playlist of alumni-faculty interviews geared specifically toward biology students.
The below stories present a snapshot of this year’s unprecedented event.
Our alumni of color met with students to assuage some of their postgraduate fears in the Break Through panel Let's Keep Talking ... With Alumni of Color: Facing Fears in Careers.
It was fitting that three alumnae, each in different stages of their careers in science and medicine, spoke with a group of female students on International Women in STEM Day.
“The pandemic has changed the rules of the game." That was what one alumna told students during Connection in the Age of Disconnection: Networking During a Pandemic at Susquehanna's annual alumni-student career networking conference, Break Through.
In the classroom, on the stage or behind the scenes, music degrees have opened doors to a range of possibilities for recent graduates. Each of the alumni who appeared as panelists for the Break Through panel, The Possibilities of a Music Degree, pursued their music careers in very different ways, from opera to Spotify.
The path to one’s “dream job” isn’t always straightforward, but as two luxury brand marketing and management graduates told a group of current students, if you pursue it with focus, you can realize your aspirations.