Getting involved

Calling LSE graduates!

There are lots of ways to get involved with LSE after you leave.  If you're employed and want to help or inspire prospective or current students, then how about writing a profile for the Graduate Destinations website? 

Graduate profiles

We are always looking for alumni to contribute to our graduate profiles.

If you are an LSE graduate and interested in sharing your experience, then complete an LSE graduate profile questionnaire to tell us about your career since graduating and reflect on your time at LSE. The aim of these profiles is to highlight the different career paths open to LSE graduates and allow alumni to share their experiences and advice with current and prospective students.

Submitting the questionnaire will be considered a signed response for Data Protection purposes. LSE Careers adheres to the LSE Data Protection Policy [pdf] and LSE Careers will not publish your contact details.

The responses you provide to the questionnaire will be edited into a graduate profile similar to those already online so the more detail you can provide then the more comprehensive your profile will be.

If you have further questions about this project then please contact LSE Careers.

Becoming a mentor for other LSE alumni

The LSE Alumni Professional Mentoring Network is an initiative by the Alumni Relations team that aims to help connect alumni of all ages and experience.  Their database now has a solid foundation of over 450 active mentors and 1,350 active mentees in 75 countries covering 35 different professions and sectors. For more information, see LSE Advancement.

Careers help for LSE Alumni

LSE Careers offers careers coaching for alumni who have completed their LSE degree in the last two years.  Other services available to alumni during this period include tailored events and seminars, and access to their job database. For full details about their services for alumni, see the LSE Careers alumni web page.