Network and Connect with Mentors

Networking is an opportunity to build a web of connections with individuals throughout your life. At different points in time, certain relationships could become important to your social or professional life. Networking for professional purposes is tapping into the knowledge, information, and connections that others have to offer you as it relates to your career goals. It is also being willing to do the same for others.

Networking does not have to be scary or intimidating! It is a natural process of using your curiosity and career goals to connect with others. You don’t have to create a network overnight. Building your network is a lifelong process, and you will naturally be more focused on developing these relationships and reaching out to specific individuals when you’re starting your career or facing a career transition.

Featured Resources

Resources for Racial Justice Education provided by the Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR).

Research Opportunities

UREP is designed to partner advanced undergraduate political science and legal studies majors with faculty for hands-on, one-on-one research experiences.

The Department of Economics has instituted a program of undergraduate research assistantships in which current students majoring in economics work …