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Professional Networking

Building one's own professional network in today's competitive job market is a critical step toward achieving success. Whether reaching out to friends, classmates, business associates or organizations, having accessible contacts can be an invaluable resource.

With the support of volunteer alumni committees, the Stanner Alumni Center has founded professional networks to serve our diverse alumni population. Each network endeavors to build connections and create opportunities for alumni at all stages of their careers.
If you are interested in serving as a volunteer committee member, hosting a future event, creating a new professional network, or you are seeking additional information, please contact us at [email protected] or 718.441.9210.

Lawyers Alumni Network

This network serves Stanner lawyers, judges, paralegals, mediators, law students, and all other law professionals. Our events, planned in collaboration with a committee of alumni volunteers, offer presentations by reputable guest speakers as well as opportunities to meet fellow alumni who represent a broad range of professional experience.
Finance Alumni Network

This network aims to connect finance professionals of all skill levels across a broad range of careers. Networking events are hosted periodically in collaboration with a committee of alumni volunteers. In addition, this network also serves as a resource for alumni seeking assistance with their own personal financial planning.
Alumnae Network

The Alumnae Network serves a diverse population of amazing Stanner women. Social and professional gatherings are hosted periodically with the support of a committee of alumni volunteers. In addition, our alumnae, in collaboration with our GERLL Club (Girls' Empowerment for Real Life Leadership), have supported fundraisers such as Molloy's first Fashion Show and Radio Bingo. These events supported the recently established Girls Leadership Scholarship Fund, which benefits young women entering Molloy in the future. In addition, Molloy welcomes its alumnae to join its Women at Work panel discussions. During these after school events, panelists have shared their own professional experiences and advice to help empower our students. Spouses, parents and friends have also participated in our panels, helping to expand this important network. If you would like to be involved in any of these efforts please email [email protected].
Real Estate Alumni Network

This network is geared toward alumni working in real estate, construction, architecture, building maintenance, building engineering, and other sectors. Whether a veteran of your industry, an entry-level candidate, or a college student, we are here to serve you. Events are hosted periodically in collaboration with a committee of alumni volunteers.
Badges Alumni Network

"The Badges network helps keep retired alumni in touch, whether they represent law enforcement, firefighters, or any other badges. The network also seeks to open doors for younger alumni who are beginning their careers. Many of us come to the events to see familiar faces, but we're also ready to 'pay it forward', whether it be by making a phone call on their behalf or introducing them to the right colleague. We're all looking to help each other. The network maintains a strong community through Molloy's older generation, but as it continues to grow it will become important for the younger alumni to take more of a leadership role. They are the future." - Mr. Ed Shannon '84, Badges Committee Founding Member.
Education Alumni Network
Molloy launched its Education Alumni Network with a reception on June 5, 2019. This network serves Stanners in the fields of education, mental health, and occupational and physical therapy with the possibility of more growth to come. Mr. Chris Dougherty '91 and Mr. Ted McGuinness '81 serve as co-chairs of the Network Committee, which includes Alison Brennan ’08, Caitie Clark ’06, Robert Costello ’08, Mr. Dougherty ’91 (Co-Chair), Ryan Harrington ’07, Morgan Kelly ’07, Alexandra Klesin ’15, Ted McGuinness ’81 (Co-Chair), Vito Prainito ’09, and Sarah Stiglianese ’14. "We are thinking of ways to develop the network to best serve all alumni, and in particular our young alumni, many of whom are seeing a pathway to success in the education field. We are here to lend our support however we can," said Mr. Dougherty.