Student Connect is our LinkedIn group. It’s a forum for students to collaborate and network, learn about Manulife and John Hancock, and get valuable tips for success at work.
Student Connect offers:
- Career-building tips for students and young professionals
- Updates on our student recruitment and development programs, including campus visits
- Insight into what's new at Manulife John Hancock
- Networking opportunities with students and employees
Are you interested in applying for a student placement at John Hancock or Manulife? Why not speak to one of our student alumni, who can provide you with real-life advice from their time working with us.
Our Campus Ambassador Program bridges the gap between school and work with interactive student events and outreach activities. You can get in touch with a Campus Ambassador at your school anytime to get more information about our programs, the recruitment process or whatever else you need to know about work term or new grad opportunities.
The Campus Ambassador will assist with coordinating on-campus events to promote our student programs and full-time opportunities as well as share their experience as a student working at Manulife/John Hancock. Additionally, the Campus Ambassador will be responsible for developing new and innovative ways to promote Manulife/John Hancock on campus as an employer of choice.
As a valued team member to our organization, this role consumes key responsibilities to Manulife/John Hancock’s recruiting initiatives and you may be assigned to campus based projects to take the lead on. Some examples of past projects that have been completed by our Ambassadors include, assembling a Housing-Living document per specific region/city and creating power point presentations to present on.
Our Students Speak
“I love the Campus Ambassador program because I get to be a resource for my peers to aid in their employment process. I am proud to represent John Hancock on my campus.”
– Adam Salach, Bentley University
“I love being a Campus Ambassador because it allows me to connect with the Stonehill student body in a different, fun capacity.”
– Alissa Onofrio, Stonehill College
“Being a Campus Ambassador has made me feel as though I am making a difference for students all over my campus as I am providing them with information that they would not have otherwise been able to obtain. I am able to make students feel as though they have a direct contact to their future, and that itself is so incredibly empowering.”
– Natalie Lewis, University of New Hampshire