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A networking program, launched in Spring of 2016, designed to allow our current Lincoln students to connect with alumnae through a shared interest in a particular career path. LincUp2Learn will allow a select group of Lincoln girls, each spring, to go to work with local alumnae for the day. Students from each grade will be selected through this application process, paired with an alumna and prepped to engage in a day of learning, networking and bonding with a career role model.

PROGRAM DETAILS:

  • Interested students will apply for the program using an online application
  • Students from grades 6-12 will be selected for the program
  • Groups of students will be paired with each alumna based on interest levels and career aspirations
  • Selected students will be expected to prepare for the program, engage with their alumna host during a half-day visit, document their experience through pictures, video and/or written reflection and participate in the culminating LincUp2Learn Showcase

Are you an alumna located in the greater Providence area and would be interested in hosting students at your place of work for a LincUp2Learn day? Please contact Courtney Trafton, Director of Alumnae & Parent Engagement, at ctrafton@lincolnschool.org to share your interest.


We are excited to expand to LincUp2Learn: College, in the Spring of 2017, a networking and mentoring program designed to equip our alumnae with the tools and resources needed to enter the workforce by facilitating the connection of our alumnae through a shared interest in a particular career path. The goal of this program is to match current seniors in college with alumnae in their fields of interest who will be a mentor for them through the transition out of school and into the beginning of their careers.

BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATING IN LINCUP2LEARN: COLLEGE?

  • She will be matched with an alumna mentor who has expertise that aligns with her career interests and goals.
  • She will have the opportunity to discuss her professional aspirations, learn about potential career paths, and receive advice and feedback from her alumna mentor.
  • She will gain an avenue for professional connections within her field of interest.
  • By engaging with the Lincoln School Alumnae Association, she will open doors both socially and professionally.

We are currently welcoming all interested mentees and mentors for the Spring 2017 semester. Please contact Courtney Trafton, Director of Alumnae & Parent Engagement, at ctrafton@lincolnschool.org to share your interest.

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