The Alumni Association sponsors a variety of online webinars and virtual networking events open to alumni, students, parents and friends of the University. There is no charge to participate in these events:
Wildcat Webinars are presented by Villanova alumni and staff who are professional business, life or career coaches and offer helpful insight to those seeking career/professional/personal development advice. If you are interested in becoming a Wildcat Webinar presenter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Webinar Series features the nation’s top career authors and experts who share tips, tools and best practices you can use to manage your career and job searches.
Click on the title of the event to register:
College of Nursing, MacDonald Center for Obesity Prevention and Education Webinars:
Virtual Networking Events offer the opportunity to make connections with other Villanovans through brief, text-based, chat room style conversations. No matter where you are in the world, you can sign in from your home, office, or local library.
Check back here often! More networking events coming soon.
Past Virtual Networking Event Topics:
Patrick G. Maggitti, Helen and William O'Toole Dean, Villanova School of Business
Click on the title of the event to access the presentation recording.
More past webinars can be found here!
"I have really enjoyed the online community website. In fact, I have spent the better part of the past week reconnecting with folks I have not talked to in 15 years! I have them going online and updating their info. It has been fun and the site has been a great catalyst!" - Ted LeClair '91
"After joining the LinkedIn subgroup for Alumni and Student Mentoring, I posted a discussion asking for help making connections for my career, not exactly sure what to expect. Within one week, I have been contacted by more than 10 alumni with offers of advice, job leads, and connections to their companies and contacts. I now have people helping me, commenting to my discussion on LinkedIn, and connecting with me daily." - Kara S. '13