Life After the Corps
Once your service ends, your journey continues.
Our mission includes national service and a double bottom line.
As an adviser, you propel your students to success. And your success matters to us as well. We support you by providing professional development and other services. Monthly webinars, regular video discussions, and vital resources are just some of the tools at your fingertips. We ensure you have all you need to support your students and yourself.
Our alums say that serving has helped them develop leadership skills and prepared them for ongoing success in the workplace. Most of all, they tell us that serving has boosted their overall confidence, enabling them to recognize and seize opportunities like never before.
Photo: Raised in Pennsylvania, Preston Kilgore served as a College Advising Corps adviser from 2014 to 2016. Today, he has a successful career as a legislative aide for the City and County of San Francisco. In the fall of 2022, his younger sister, Louisa, followed in his footsteps, choosing to become an adviser in Pennsylvania.
“It can be challenging for someone just out of college to figure out how to work across multiple generations and systems. We join at a young age because we can better relate to students.”
Brittany Coleman, Duke University, 2014-2016
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