Student Program

Where Drive and Opportunity Come Together

Get a firsthand look at career options in the field of aging services. By participating in the student program, you’ll build your job searching skills, network with executives, and meet other students who share your desire to make a difference during innovative networking activities. Get the insight you need to make well-informed choices for your career—join us online this November.

What you’ll experience:

  • Education: Students will attend sessions such as ‘The Future of Aging Services’ that will help them learn more about the current state of the field—and the opportunities available for future generations.
  • Virtual Student CareerFair: LeadingAge members that are currently hiring will have booths at the Virtual Student Career Fair where students can video chat with hiring managers and ask them specific questions. Additionally, there will be office hours available for topics such as PhD careers, licensure, and networking.
  • Networking: Students can expect to network with a variety of individuals in the field—from senior executives to recent graduates that just started out. They’ll be able to hear directly about the vast array of career paths available within this fast-growing field.

The program is open to students enrolled full-time or faculty working full-time at an accredited college or university at the undergraduate or graduate level. Students must be at least 18 years old. 

Fee: $25 Student member ($49 for student non-members)

Registration fee waivers are available. When you register, simply select STUDENT under the discount code drop down, answer the student question and your waiver will be pending until approved. Please contact [email protected] for assistance. 

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