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ISACorps Alumni

ISACorps Alumni Relations

Welcome ISACorps Alumni! We’re excited you’re here and hope you will join us as we grow the ISACorps Alumni community and build the presence of ISACorps Alumni Relations. Join us to network, build relationships, and most of all--have fun. Explore our page, connect and engage with us today!

See some of our ISAC alums in our latest ISACorps Recruiting video.
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The mission of ISACorps Alumni Network is to: create a strong community between its diverse alumni and the ISACorps, support alumni in the pursuit of leadership roles in higher education and provide lifelong learning opportunities for alumni to grow personally and professionally.

Ways to Engage

Connect – Join ISACorps Alumni Directory

ISACorps Alumni Event

When you become part of the ISACorps Alumni Directory you get access to an ISACorps exclusive private network of alums, advance invitations to members only events and opportunities to network. Join the ISACorps Alumni Directory by completing and submitting this form. 

 

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Share - Alumni News: ISACorps Alumni on the Move

What have you been up to? Do you have a new job? Were you recently honored with an award or featured in a news story? Do you have a new addition to your family? Did you travel to an awesome destination? Share your news and cool photo(s) with us!

 

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Represent – ISACorps Alumni T-shirts and Pins

We have new alumni t-shirts! We truly appreciated your dedication and service to the ISACorps and wanted to send you a small gift. If you have not yet received a new one yet, we would like to send you an ISACorps alumni t-shirt and pin for your service to ISACorps! Please complete this form as soon as you can. You should receive your alumni gear in 1-2 weeks.

 


 

ISACorps Alumni E-Newsletter Series

Please see below for our e-newsletter series sent to alumni. E-newsletters reflect the most updates information at the time they are sent. This series provides information on Corps members and alumni highlights, resourceful professional development and job opportunities and more. The e-newsletters will be uploaded on a quarterly basis as they are delivered via Constant Contact. Please direct questions regarding newsletter content to tiffany.sharp@illinois.gov.

Spring 2021 Newsletter

Summer 2021 Newsletter


Attend a Virtual Event:  ISACorps Alumni Connection – Network with us

Join our monthly Alumni Connection for networking with your fellow ISACorps alums, the old and new. Think of this as an informal mid-week gathering with old colleagues. Our chats will allow you to reconnect with ISACorps alums, create new relationships, meet partners in various industries and grow your professional network. All chats will be held every last Wednesday of the month from 5pm to 6pm.

Every month, we invite speakers to present on an interesting topic (think 10-15 mins). Alumni then break into topical rooms for 20-30 minutes QA with preferred speaker.

Please see dates below:

August 25, 2021
September 29, 2021
October 27, 2021


Career Opportunities – Find your next job here

Listed below are the top three career sectors where alumni are employed. All job postings are updated on a continuous basis, so check out the websites to stay abreast of application deadlines, job qualifications and requirements.

Higher Education jobs 

Human Services and Social Services jobs

Government and Public Administration jobs


Webinars - Learn with us

Date: Wednesday, September 22th from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Meeting Title: New Statewide Higher Education Plans  RSVP Here

Description: Please join us to hear about two statewide higher education plans that will shape how Illinois will advance equity in higher education. At this meeting, we will hear from the Illinois Board of Higher Education as they share their newly completed Strategic Plan. And from leadership of Chicago State University on its Action Plan from the Equity Working Group for Black Student Access and Success in Illinois Higher Education.

Date: Tuesday, September 28th  12PM CST

Meeting Title: Strategies to Engage Adult Learners to Increase Postsecondary Attainment Equity in Illinois RSVP HERE

Description: Join the Illinois 60 by 25 Network Organizers and our partners for a discussion on strategies to engage adult learners to increase postsecondary attainment equity in Illinois.

Our current and projected data show that that much will need to be done to address gaps throughout the cradle-to-career pipeline and ensure equitable postsecondary attainment for all Illinoisans. Critical to closing these gaps and achieving emerging equity targets will be engaging more adults in education and training to obtain valuable postsecondary credentials and degrees that will help them access high-quality employment.

In this webinar, representatives from IBHE, ICCB and OAI will discuss their strategies, and share resources and lessons learned for engaging adult learners. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions.

Date: Wednesday, October 6th from 10:30 a.m. – noon

Meeting Title: Mental Health and Wellness in Higher Education  RSVP Here

Description: Mental health and wellness have long been misunderstood, stigmatized and overlooked. Prior to the pandemic, efforts were already underway to improve access to critical mental health and wellness supports for college students, but with Covid-19 the need has a new spotlight and urgency. Join us to learn from local and national leaders about current efforts including the Illinois Mental Health Early Action Act, the role of peers in mental wellness and how higher educations and non-profits are working toward systems change.

Date: Wednesday, November 3rd from 10:30 a.m. – noon

Meeting Title: Discovery Partners Institute (DPI) and P33 Update RSVP Here

Description: At this session, we will hear from two Chicago-based organizations focused on the talent needs and trends in the technology sector. The Discovery Partners Institute (DPI) and P33 will share insights about emerging labor market trends and needs, how employers are recruiting and sourcing talent, and how local organizations and students can connect with opportunities.