Where do you turn for professional development?

Beth Bowman

I continue to rely on the fantastic professional network of alums that exist through the U of M Alumni Association

Maggie Thomas

Gosh, the choices are limitless here!

Karen Gureghian

HR Professionals of Minnesota

Tanya Schmitt

Volunteering for leadership roles with community organizations and nonprofits

I continue to rely on the fantastic professional network of alums that exist through the U of M Alumni Association

  • Beth Bowman
  • • Director of Advancement

Saint Paul, MN

I continue to rely on the fantastic professional network of alums that exist through the University of Minnesota Alumni Association. It’s been a constant support to me in my professional life.

Gosh, the choices are limitless here!

  • Maggie Thomas
  • • Director, Graduate Business Career Center, Carlson School of Management

Minneapolis

Gosh, the choices are limitless here! Love all Pollen events (Work Redux, Like a Boss etc.), the Reve Reflect series leaves me so inspired and hopeful, the Network of Executive Women spring event is a great place to network and really Carlson puts on some amazing events regularly (Tech Cities, Business of Learning etc.)

HR Professionals of Minnesota

  • Karen Gureghian
  • • HR Consultant

Bloomington, MN

HR Professionals of Minnesota. We learn a lot and have fun too! www.hrpmn.org

Volunteering for leadership roles with community organizations and nonprofits

  • Tanya Schmitt
  • • HR Business Partner

St. Martin, MN

Volunteering for leadership roles with community organizations and nonprofits like Students Today Leaders Forever, Global Shapers, BestPrep, and Elliot Park Neighborhood.

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