Learning to connect with, contribute to and collaborate within a community of peers and partners is an essential skill for future success. The connections you make and the support you receive from — and give to — others are powerful advantages. Networked Communities models this structure and energy by extending and reinforcing Clark’s reach beyond campus, bringing together students, alumni, faculty, parents and friends to expand students’ knowledge and prepare them for a successful career launch.
Join a Networked Community — or more than one — to engage in relevant topics and trends, and you'll gain unprecedented access to alumni/faculty mentors. From these connections, discover pathways for internships and research collaborations, networking and employment opportunities, advice and guidance about careers and industries, and help with internship, job, and graduate school applications.
Alumni, Parents and Friends
Participate in Networked Communities and make a significant impact on our students’ lives — and gain access to exceptional talent. You can provide advice and guidance, share your stories of success, offer internship and employment opportunities, expand your professional networks, and deepen your connection with the University.
Our six Networked Communities are organized by academic and professional disciplines, encompassing many of our most popular offerings. Choose those that most closely align with your interests. Each community is led by alumni and faculty co-chairs, and supported by Clark staff.