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Second Decade Programs

Second decade alumni are 10 to 20 years past graduation. Check out all these resources and information available to second decade alumni.

Get involved

Become a volunteer with our new industry connection program!

As a Second Decade alumni, you can offer a lot of insight into your industry to offer Young Alumni. This program will match you with a younger, like-minded Cornellian and spotlight the great work that you are doing! We will match you according to your interest and set up a short Zoom conversation. A clip of the conversation will be featured on our Youtube Channel, check out prior videos here. Sign up by filling out this survey!

Looking for other Cornell volunteer opportunities?

Check out CUVolunteer, the Office of Alumni Affairs’ online portal that will help you find different ways to volunteer, tailored to your location, interests, skills, and time.

Enjoy our Leadership Lunch and Learn series? Help out by becoming a moderator for the next webinar! Email janet.smith@cornell.edu to sign up

Stay Connected

  • Find your class website, follow your class activities and attend Reunion to reconnect with your fellow graduates. Follow your class on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.
  • Request to join the second decade Google group, where classmates from the years of 2000 to 2009 share best practices, articles, events, and anything that might be of interest to others.
  • Join your classmates and learn about career success, work/life balance, and leadership during the Leadership Lunch and Learn webinars.

Watch the most recent webinar in the series, Coping with Grief and Loss: Leading with Compassion

Featuring Shamis Pitts MBA ’11 and Reginald White ‘80

Moderated by Lori Busch ’04

 

Janet Smith

Class Programs and Reunion Engagement Officer

607-255-0092

janet.smith@cornell.edu

Continue learning with Leadership Lunch and Learn

Watch previous webinars and learn about career success, work/life balance, and leadership from your fellow Cornellians.

watch previous webinars