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José Ramón Pin: "You are alumni of the University of Navarra, and that includes responsibilities, greatness, magnanimity".

The University of Navarra welcomed the alumni graduating class of '20 '21 and '22 in Madrid with a session given by Prof. José Ramón Pin

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24 | 11 | 2022

Last Tuesday, November 22, the University of Navarra held an Alumni Afterwork at the Alumni Building at Campus Madrid. This event, organized by the board Madrid Alumni, was an act of welcome to alumni recent graduates of the promotions '20, '21 and '22 to the capital. They were also able to enjoy a session with IESE professor and Master's Degree of Personnel Management Service, José Ramón Pin.  

The president of the board Madrid Alumni, Isabel Ramis (COM'05), was in charge of welcoming the alumni and introducing the entire board Madrid Alumni: "All the members of the board collaborate voluntarily with the University to take care of the network alumni in Madrid and to organize activities that allow us to continue at contact ", she explained. He also took the opportunity to thank everyone for attend and remarked the importance of belonging to the network Alumni of the University of Navarra

After the welcome, José Ramón Pin gave the lecture "The first 100 days of work: how to prepare for the rest of your professional life". During the session, the professor explained how to face a change and the challenge it entails, and emphasized the importance of the figure of the mentor, as it can be of financial aid to prepare the next professional stages and advise on the first job changes. He also emphasized the virtue of resilience in overcoming change. To conclude the session, the professor addressed the new graduates saying: "You are alumni of the University of Navarra, and that includes responsibilities, greatness, magnanimity".

At the end of the lecture, the alumni enjoyed a networking space where they were able to strengthen ties and meet the rest of alumni who attended the event.  

Alumni Territorial Boards: what are they?

The Alumni Chapters or Territorial Alumni Boards are the points of connection between the University of Navarra and its alumni. They are made up, on a voluntary basis, of alumni committed to the University and are responsible for the coordination and management of activities in the different geographical areas both in Spain and abroad. 

Currently, in Spain, the Alumni Boards are uniprovincial in nature. The provinces of A Coruña, Álava, Alicante, Almería, Asturias, Badajoz, Barcelona, Burgos, Cáceres, Cádiz, Córdoba, Girona, Guipúzcoa, Granada, Huelva, Huesca, Balearic Islands, Jaén, Las Palmas, La Rioja, Lleida, Madrid, Málaga, Murcia, Navarra, Pontevedra, Salamanca, Seville, Tarragona, Tenerife, Valencia, Valladolid, Vizcaya and Zaragoza have one.

Abroad, the boards have a national character. The countries with a board Alumni are: Ecuador(Guayaquil), Guatemala, Panama, Costa Rica, United Kingdom(London), United States(New York and Boston), Mexico and Peru