Ten Thousand Coffees
Connect with students, alumni and employers through Ten Thousand Coffees!
Memorial University has recently partnered with Ten Thousand Coffees to connect you with the MUN community to meet up for career conversations, in-person or online.
What will you get from the program?
- Gain a better understanding of what careers are available with your degree.
- Develop your networking and communications skills through real-world practice.
- Build your network of other Memorial students and alumni based on their industry and interests.
- Access to monthly Office Hours sessions, hosted by professionals from a variety of industries.
How does Memorial University's Ten Thousand Coffees work?
- You’ll receive a monthly introduction to a student or fellow alumni based on your interests and goals.
- Suggest a time to chat, in-person at a coffee shop or online from the comfort of your home, to share your advice and experience.
- Once you join, all introductions are sent directly to your inbox so you don’t need to use another tool!
How do I join?
- Go to https://mun.tenthousandcoffees.com/signup to create your profile.
- You will be placed into an approval queue to be reviewed by the hub administrators.
- Respond to an Invitation when you are matched with another member.
- Tag @MUN_students to tell us about your successful coffee chats!
Other Ten Thousand Coffee Resources
RBC Olympian and Professional Athlete, Sam Effah, and RBC’s Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer, Mary DePaoli, share industry tips for landing a job at a top brand like RBC, and how to stand out in a pile of resumes. Learn directly from Sam and Mary as they give inside tips and advice on finding a mentor and job in 2021, and learn the importance of becoming a mentor yourself in this critical time. Hosted by Ten Thousand Coffees for Mentoring Month 2021. To see the full session, click here.
Brien Convery, National Director, Early Talent Communities and Inclusive Recruitment, Canada at RBC, provides the best tips, advice, and ideas on how to set yourself apart in the crowd of job-applicants during a pandemic.
Whether you’re a first year student or about to graduate, learning how to build your online professional brand will help set you apart in the recruitment process.