Career Services for Alumni

SUNY Oswego’s 95,000+ alumni live all over the world, but we want you to know you will always have a home with Career Services. Whether you are looking for career development resources for your own professional development or interested in identifying ways to connect with current students we are here for you!

Alumni have access to all of our services for free for life!

alum reunion

(More than 800 alumni and guests came back for Reunion Weekend June 9 to 12, including members of the Oswego family. Stay tuned for Reunion 2023 - June 8-11!) Photo Credit:  Jim Russell/SUNY Oswego

For information about when the next reunions are scheduled visit Future Reunions

Career Services for Alumni

We provide career services, events, resources, and networking opportunities to assist Oswego Alumni in all phases of their professional career development. All our programs and services are free and lifelong for all our alumni.

Services for Students and Alumni

Everything offered to you as a student is still available to you as an alum!

Check out the FAQ page to access your SUNY Oswego email account!

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Online Tools

We have a variety of tools and resources that can assist you as you explore your unique path, prepare job search documents, hone your networking and interviewing skills, and much more! You'll need your email address to access certain programs.  Any requests from alumni to obtain an Oswego email address are referred to the Alumni Office.  Please email them at with this request and include your class year.  Alternatively you can contact them at 315-312-3003.

View Our Online Tools

Talk to a Career Coach

Connect with a Career Coach to help land your first job, find that next great opportunity, build your network, or market yourself to an increasingly specialized market.

Book an Appointment

Connect with Fellow Oswegonians

Connect with SUNY Oswego students and fellow alumni through networking, hiring, and mentoring.

ASK Program

Alumni Sharing Knowledge is a mentoring program coordinated through the Alumni Office that matches students and recent graduates with alumni who work in their field of interest and/or have shared backgrounds and experiences. It's a great way for students and recent grads to network, receive advice, conduct informational reviews, and learn the "ins-and-outs" of the career fields. Sign up to be a mentor or get matched with a mentor of your own!

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Hire an Oswegonian

Are you an alumnus/alumna who would love to hire SUNY Oswego students and/or fellow graduates for internships, part- or full-time jobs? Post an opportunity on Handshake, host on-campus or virtual interviews, represent your organization at a career fair, and more.

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Share Your Experiences

Do you want to get more involved with SUNY Oswego Career Services events to share your professional wisdom with current students? To discuss opportunities to host a workshop, serve on a panel, or more, connect with your Industry’s Career Coach today.

Connect with a Career Coach

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives

SUNY Oswego Career Services is committed to serving our alumni in the most equitable and inclusive way possible. Our programming aims to facilitate meaningful connections and networking opportunities between our talented, diverse student body, alumni community, and our employer partners.

Host an Information Session

Fellow alumni and students look for organizations that prioritize DEI initiatives and efforts. Are you proud to work for an organization that does this, and do you wish to connect with fellow alumni and students about the organization?

Request an Event in Handshake


If you are interested in serving on a panel about DEI in the workplace, about your unique experience in the professional world within your own identity group(s), or more, contact your Industry’s Career Coach today.

Connect with a Career Coach

Navigate your Job Search

There are countless ways that navigating a job search brings up DEI considerations: your name and gender identity, social media, LinkedIn, “professional dress”, illegal interview questions, asking questions of interviewers, and more. Book an appointment with a Career Coach to discuss.

Connect with a Career Coach

Upcoming Events

See Where Oswego Graduates Have Landed

Career Services collects information about our recent graduates - where they live and work, what they are studying, and more. It is so exciting to report on their success!

See Reports