Join nearly 7,000 Maxwell alumni on LinkedIn and reconnect with former classmates, faculty, staff and students.
Joining Maxwell’s LinkedIn group is simple: navigate to the group, and if you’re not already a LinkedIn member, register your LinkedIn profile and security settings. Your membership in the group will be set to pending until your application is reviewed, which usually takes just a few days.
Engage and collaborate with Maxwell School alumni, faculty and students who share your interest and work in a particular professional sector or area. Maxwell’s SectorConnect is a LinkedIn-based networking space devoted to conversations about fields in which the School’s alumni lead and in which our professors have expertise. Each group will have designated student, faculty and alumni moderators who volunteer to serve as resources for their peers connecting in the space.
Please note that in order to join SectorConnect, you must already be connected to the official Maxwell School LinkedIn group. If you haven’t done so already, connect with us, then log in to SectorConnect.
Join a SectorConnect Conversation Today!
Note: the links below will only work after you’ve connected to the Maxwell School LinkedIn group.
Budgeting, Finance & Economics
Environment & Energy
Health, Disability and Aging
National & International Security and Defense
Philanthropy and Foundations
Email to learn more about becoming a SectorConnect moderator.
Become a SectorConnect Moderator
Make connections while giving back to your community. SectorConnect moderators:
- Serve one-year terms posting content twice a month and reviewing content weekly.
- Share relevant industry news, job postings and timely discussion prompts.
- Send group announcements to promote engagement as needed (not more than twice a month).
- Contribute and encourage others to share a fun #MaxwellMoment—something from their day that reminds them of a time or lesson from their Maxwell days.
- Monitoring for objectionable content and flag any issues for Alumni Office follow up, as needed.
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Alumni Mentoring Makes an Impact
In both internships and jobs, Rosalyn Impink worked with town administrators who provided both mentorship and encouragement to consider a career in government administration. They include Tewksbury Assistant Town Manager Steve Sadwick ’91 M.P.A. “I was incredibly lucky to have administrators in my town who were willing to indulge my questions about the field and encouraged me to pursue a career in local government,” she says.
Rosalyn Impink '22 B.A. (PSc)
State and Local Government Public Administration Scholarship Recipient