Alumni Networks

Crimson Compass, a new on-line alumni career network developed by the HAA to replace Professional Connection, is available for free to all alumni and current students of the University. So far, about 15,000 alumni from a wide range of fields have signed up as advisers; the HAA encourages more alumni to offer mentoring services and asks those who participated in Professional Connection to update their listings.

The system is accessible through www.post.harvard.edu (click on “Alumni Services” and then on “Professional Connection” or “Crimson Compass”) or visit www.post.harvard.edu/olc/membersonly/HAA/networking. Users can type in search criteria and obtain the names of alumni to whom they may send e-mail messages.

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