Lute Link Career Advisor Network

Joining Lute Link is an easy way to help Lutes succeed and give back to PLU. Lute Link Career Advisors serve as points of contact for current students and other alumni. Alumni, parents, staff, faculty and friends of PLU can sign up to be a Lute Link Career Advisor.

Are you a current student and want to know how to use Lute Link? Learn how to use Lute Link.

Once you become a Lute Link Career Advisor, your profile information will be listed in our Lute Link database, which students can access securely to search for contacts to help guide their career choices and build their networks. You can share your expertise and interests with students and other alumni seeking advice. Even if you’re never contacted, rest assured that students still use your career path information to help them answer the “What can I do with a major in ___________?” question.

Get Career Advice


Students and alumni can use the Lute Link Career Network for connections, advice and opportunities.

Alumni, click here to connect with other alumni career advisors.

There’s one thing that we don’t expect advisors to do: make job offers. Career advisors are allies and advocates, not recruiters. Any students or alumni who contact you for networking or advice will know this.

Complete the following registration form to customize your level of involvement as a Lute Link Career Advisor.

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