Stay in Touch with Bard
- Follow Bard College and the Bard CDO on LinkedIn
- Contact Alumni/ae Affairs, 845-758-7089 / [email protected]
- Contact CDO, 845-758-7539 / [email protected]
More Bard Alumni/ae Resources
Connect with your fellow Bard alumni/ae on the Bard College Alumni/ae Association's website for news; special events; the alumni/ae directory; and the Bardian, the College's alumni/ae magazine.
Collaborate with CDO
We are always looking for new ways to collaborate with alumni/ae for specific career panels, workshops, mentoring opportunities, networking events, and job/internship opportunities. CDO hosts a variety of events each semester and also participates in the annual Fall Recruiting Consortium, a prestigious recruiting event where seniors from top liberal arts colleges interview for full-time positions starting after graduation. If you would like to become involved in CDO's lineup of events, please contact our office. We welcome your ideas! Interested in sharing your story? We also feature alumni/ae profiles on our website and social media. Contact CDO for more information, [email protected].
Connect with Bard
Bard alumni/ae continue to have access to CDO's resources after graduation. You may continue to use our online resources, such as Handshake, as well as make appointments for career advising, resume reviews, and more. We also encourage all alumni/ae to get involved with the Office of Alumni/ae Affairs to engage with fellow members of the Bard College Alumni/ae Association and keep connected to alumni/ae events and Bard news.
Alumni/ae Affinity Groups
One of the many benefits of a Bard education is the incredible global network of alumni/ae you can draw upon as you navigate life after Bard. The Bard College Alumni/ae Association has worked with alumni/ae to create affinity groups, helping our alumni/ae to come together around a shared interest, find other Bardians in their area, or connect based on mutual experiences. Visit the Alumni/ae Association website to explore affinity groups, many of which are based on career paths, including law, finance, tech, writing, public service, and more.