The Cornell Latino Alumni Association (CLAA) was founded in 1994 with the mission of representing and promoting the needs and interests of all Latino alumni as they exist at Cornell University and beyond. By definition, CLAA’s constituency is broad and encompasses Cornell University’s Latino American, Latino Caribbean, Latin American, and Latino European alumni, which collectively comprise about 15% of the total alumni population.
In response to recent events on and off campus, Dean Wooten has invited you to a Town Hall meeting at 4:30 on Monday, 10/23 with students, staff and faculty.
Raising Equity Capital, Access to Opportunities, Picking the Winners
Guest Speaker Barbara Lang Come and sharpen your networking skills! Event from 5:30pm-7:30pm Refreshments provided
Fall Fest is an annual event, hosted by Cornell University Class Councils, where people can experience and explore various clubs.
Learn what makes up a professional look for interviews and other professional affairs, what options you have for shopping, and how to make your money go further. We will have a quick workshop on the bus to Syracuse Destiny USA Mall and then allow you time, i.e. approx. 5 hours, to put your new skills to work.
This event will include professional headshots (3 min timeslots), resume critiques with professional and fellow students, panel with students about jobs/internships, and lastly, a networking session.