USC Chan Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Alumni Association
Welcome to the Trojan Family, USC’s lifelong and worldwide network of esteemed alumni! As an alumnus, the USC Chan Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Alumni Association provides you with a social and professional network to identify and connect your continuing education, lifelong learning, mentoring, research and practice interests.
Membership of the USC Chan Alumni Association is automatic upon graduation, but to stay in touch with the Division, please keep your contact information current using our Chan Alumni Connect form.
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You can also register with the general USC Alumni Association. Follow the Stay Connected link under the Benefits tab. This will allow you to view the online directory of USC alumni.
Join hundreds of other Trojan OS/OT alumni on the USC Chan Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Alumni Facebook page (Facebook log-in required).
Connect with fellow Trojan OTs on LinkedIn, the premier professional social networking platform, at our USC OS and OT Alumni group (LinkedIn log-in required).
Other Alumni Resources and Benefits
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As a USC alumnus, you are entitled to borrowing privileges throughout the USC network of research libraries, including in-person access to resources at the Norris Medical Library. Simply bring your alumni membership card and picture ID to any USC Libraries circulation desk to get started!
View the Division’s ongoing and upcoming continuing education programs.
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Become a Fieldwork Site
Providing students with a quality fieldwork education site is an important way that you can support the Division. We are especially interested in fieldwork sites where our graduates practice. If you and/or your facility are interested in affiliating with USC, please email Karen Park.
Student Volunteer Opportunities
As an alumnus, you can support occupational therapy students by informing the Division of volunteer opportunities. Assisting in treatment preparation or shadowing occupational therapists can help students become more familiar with the profession and move them forward in their career goals. If you know of a volunteer opportunity, please email Erin McIntyre.
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Learn more about the USC Alumni Benefits available to you.
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