NACM Survey – Career Mobility Matters

Ever wonder what happens to UConn graduates after they have been away from campus for 5 years or even 10 years? Sure, you can sign in to your LinkedIn account and head to the University of Connecticut LinkedIn page, click on Alumni, and see where many graduates are working. You might even learn a little about their employment/educational journey by reading their profiles, but how much would you really learn about the collective post-grad experiences of UConn graduates and their Career Mobility?

National Alumni Career Mobility SurveyIt is for this reason that the UConn Center for Career Development is participating in the National Alumni Career Mobility (NACM) survey seeking career mobility information on graduates at the 5-year-out and 10-year-out point. Through our participation we will better understand alumni career pathways and mobility, discover and share how UConn has influenced the success of graduates, and better understand national trends.

Graduates will share what they have been up to since graduating, how specific experiences have shaped their career, their success, their community engagement, and their level of satisfaction with their career path.

Participate in the survey! We are currently surveying both undergraduates and advanced degree recipients from 2010 and 2015.

As available, the results of the survey will be posted to the Center for Career Development Outcomes web page for all interested parties to see. We look forward to sharing this important information with the UConn community and hope that you will consider spreading the word about this important survey!

By Lee Hameroff
Lee Hameroff Associate Director, Operations | Pronouns: he/him/his