Campus Connections: Making the College Experience Virtually Perfect

Campus Connections is an 8-week ongoing program to support students in a smooth transition to college life in the virtual world.

There’s no doubt about it, the COVID-19 pandemic changed everything. Entering college has always been an unsettling time for students, and it just got even scarier.

Students are asking lots of important questions right now:

Can I still have the college social life I’ve always dreamed of?

How do I find a support group to help me when I feel overwhelmed?

Will there even be job prospects waiting for me on the other side of this?

Enter human connection specialist Brian Miller. A former professional magician turned, author, international speaker, and podcast host, Brian is offering your students the opportunity of a lifetime.

Join dozens of students from not just your school, but up to 10 schools for a weekly 1-hour group video conference. 

Details: Brian will…

  • Lead the discussion with funny, wild, and thought-provoking prompts each week;

  • Take questions about campus life, social engagement, and work-life balance;

  • Leverage innovative virtual breakout rooms for your students to make new friends and build meaningful connections.

All of Brian’s programs, including How to Magically Connect with Anyone and The Magic of Networking are available in the virtual format.

Brian Miller

“How do we get Brian to all of our firm events??? Huge HUGE success!! Loved his show!!”

— Hollie Edwardo, Whelan Corrente & Flanders LLP

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Virtual Programs

“We are in the middle of the Cell Phone Smackdown game and are LOVING it!!! Derrick is awesome… It seems like the students are having a great time interacting with him and we are all have a blast watching along.”

— Union College