Online Networking and Social Media

"Like" Cornell Club of Los Angeles on Facebook!
             Join the CCLA Young Alumni Facebook Group to stay connected with fellow Young Alumni in Los Angeles
             Join the Cornell in Hollywood Facebook Group to network with Cornellians interested in any aspect of Hollywood or show business.

 

Follow @CornellClubLA on twitter!   

 
Join the Cornell University Alumni Network and Cornell Job ConnectionAbout Cornell Job Connection : The purpose of this group is to facilitate career networking and collaboration with other Cornellians. Since CJC's founding, more than 5,600 Cornellians have posted job opportunities, requested advice, and received invaluable career guidance. With more than 200 job postings and 100 discusions in the past year, CJC is your career networking resource at Cornell! 
 

Click here to join CCLA_Young_Alumni

 
Join the CornellClubLA Yahoo Group

The purpose of this group is to offer Cornell alumni in the Los Angeles region a community bulletin board to post items of interest for other Cornellians - to network, job search, find or list apartments, learn about volunteer opportunities, buy or sell items, invite people to events, ask advice and anything else you'd like to share. The opportunities are endless, and the content is determined by you! All posts are moderated by CCLA volunteers, so please expect a short delay between sending your message and it appearing on the Board.
 
No Yahoo account is required to join! Simply click here to sign up or email CornellClubLA-subscribe@yahoogroups.com from any email address. Once you are a member, you can email CornellClubLA@yahoogroups.com to post a message. Thank you for contributing! We hope this will be a resource that is beneficial to everyone associated and we look forward to developing a CCLA community online.
 
Community Guidelines:
1. Members of this group must be affiliated with Cornell University (alumni, current students, faculty or staff).
2. In order to be approved, postings must include your full name and class year or other Cornell affiliation.
3. Subject lines must be specific. From the subject line alone, readers should be able to tell whether or not the e-mail is relevant to them.
4. This is a posting list, not meant for discussion. When replying to an inquiry, please reply to the original poster directly, not the whole group.
5. Political messages and/or messages that may be regarded as political are prohibited.
6. We will not tolerate profanity, spam, personal attacks, or discriminatory remarks.