Keiser University Latin American Campus


Alumni Association

As an Alumni Association, we organize social events and we keep you informed about job opportunities and developmental programs. The mission of the Alumni Association is to connect alumni to the University and to each other, to provide valued services to members, and to support the Latin American Campus’s mission of teaching and service.

Sometimes it only takes that one connection to change a life. The department of Alumni Relations is the alumni resource for professional development, networking and job-seeking. Have questions or feedback? Email for all Alumni needs and doubts.

Update your Information

Updating your information with the Alumni Association is now easier than ever. You can change your home address, work address, e-mail address, and other information online by completing our secure survey, which will help you to be connected with us and be informed about many professional opportunities. Or you may also contact our Department of Alumni Relations directly at

News and Events



January and August 2016

Career Services Presentation

September 2016

Professional Development Workshops
October 2016Professional Development Workshops and Career Expo

November 2016

Professional Development Workshops
Graduation Seminar

December 2016

Professional Development Workshops

January 2017

Career Services Presentation

Job Opportunities

In this section, you will find full-time and part-time jobs and internships for the Latin American Campus’s students and alumni. It will provide you support to find jobs or to simply stay informed of new opportunities. If you are interested in one of these opportunities; you just need to contact our Department of Alumni Relations or register for free to our online career center

Career Services and Internship Opportunities

Benefits and advantages of an internship:

  1. Gain work experience and transferable skills

Students all have their educational experience in common. What stands out to employers is those students who ALSO have work experiences by the time they graduate. This automatically makes them more marketable; as they may require less training and are assumed to be able to handle more responsibilities. In addition to the specialized skills of your field, transferable skills are generally required at any job, e.g. communication/interpersonal skills, computer proficiency, and team work.

  1. Possibly earn course credit

Some degree programs incorporate a work opportunity into a requirement for graduation by giving course credit for the work experience. Other programs have an internship as an elective course for credit. Contact your academic advisor for more information because earning credit varies by departments.

  1. Possibly earn money
  1. Be able to experience a prospective career path

Most students enter college with an idea of a major or career path… and most students end up changing their minds. Exploring is a very important part of the academic process, and gaining a work experience is a great way for students to acquaint themselves with a field they are looking to learn about. By the time of graduation, the students have confidence that the degrees they are receiving are the right ones for them.

  1. Gain practical experience, by applying methods and theories learned in classes

Many people learn best by being hands on. But everyone can benefit from seeing the things that they have been learning in class, put to action; whether it’s in a chemistry research lab, a marketing development meeting, or a substance abuse counseling session.

  1. Network with professionals in your field, for references and future job opportunities

It’s all about who you know. As a student intern, you are surrounded by professionals in the industry that you are seeking access to. It’s more than just about getting a grade, earning credit, or making money. This is an opportunity to learn from everyone around you, ask questions, and impress them with your eagerness. These people can be your future colleagues or can be the connection to your first job.

  1. Develop new skills and refine others

Learn your strengths and weaknesses by creating learning objectives and receiving feedback from your supervisor. This is a unique learning opportunity that you may never have again as a working adult. Embrace the mistakes that you’ll make and the many things that you won’t know. Ask questions, observe, and take risks.

  1. Gain confidence in your abilities

Practice makes perfect. If you’ve learned about a specific technique in the classroom, you’re able to test it out in the world of work. Then, you’ll be much more equipped with the technique.

Alumni Referral Program