What's next for your career? Let's make a plan.
Miami University Alumni Association is working with the career design experts at Mission Collaborative to bring you the clarity and confidence you need to create a fulfilling career.
Whether you’re early, mid, or late-career, the Fellowship provides the structure and accountability you need to make the breakthrough progress you’ve been struggling to achieve on your own, while fitting into your busy schedule.
Perfect for you if you're:
Wanting more balance, growth, or impact from your career
Feeling bored, burned out, under-appreciated, or not using your strengths at work
Wondering how your skills and experience translate to other career paths
Transitioning to a new phase of life and want to reinvent your career
We'll guide you through a proven process
based on the principles of Design Thinking
Understand your strengths, skills, and values
Identify exciting career paths that fit you better
Pick the best path
Learn better ways to research and evaluate your options
What you'll experience
The Fellowship is a peer-learning program; you'll work with fellow alumni who "get you" and want to help you thrive!
Assignments that fit your schedule
Spend about 5 hrs/wk learning career design principles, exploring career resources, and completing insightful exercises.
Weekly team working sessions
Fellow alumni give you new perspectives and actionable feedback. Choose from: Weds at Noon ET, Weds at 7pm ET, or Thurs at 9pm ET.
Weekly calls with your assigned partner
Go deeper and have more breakthroughs with your Accountability Partner. Schedule calls at times that work for both of you.
Activate and grow your network
Crowdsource ideas, resources, and connections from your supporters, fellow alumni, and the broader Fellowship network.
Get started today
The Fellowship begins April 22. Compare to 1:1 career coaching ($2,000+)
Money Back Guarantee
We’re confident you’ll love it. There’s really no risk in joining!
Going through financial hardship? Apply for a partial scholarship
What past participants say: