Recent Alumni Guide

On behalf of Alumni Relations, congratulations, graduate! We wish you well as you transition from Chicago Booth student to Chicago Booth alumnus, and look forward to this journey you are beginning. Below are recommendations for ways to maximize your relationship with Booth in your first year and throughout your lifetime.

Update your Alumni Directory profile.

Let students and alumni know what you are doing and where you are. Having accurate contact information keeps you informed about opportunities to connect with the latest Chicago Booth thinking and events happening in your local community, and allows fellow alumni to reach out to you.

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Sign up for Booth LinkedIn groups, blogs, listservs, and club pages.

Make sure you opt-in for the latest newsletters and information, ranging from faculty leadership to content that will keep you connected to the broader Booth network.

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Become a Booth Ambassador and refer friends and colleagues to our Admissions teams.

Your referral to all these programs is a strong sign of support, and your advocacy throughout your life will help to draw diverse student interests and careers, continuing to enrich the Booth experience for generations of students to come.

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Join your local alumni club and other affinity groups.

By connecting with your local network, you have the ability to interact with fellow alumni in various stages of their careers.

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Intentionally foster your alumni network.

Chicago Booth Alumni Relations will provide guidance throughout your career on how you can best leverage your community. Introduce yourself to other Booth alumni wherever your career and family life may take you—there’s no greater connection than the shared Booth experience!

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Continue your education.

Whether it's annual events like Management Conference, Economic Outlook, and Booth Women Connect, or programs like Back to Booth at Reconnect weekend, free post-grad classes, and Executive Education coursework, there are plenty of opportunities to continually engage with learning opportunities at Chicago Booth.

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Volunteer with Career Services.

Your success is our success, and it is important for future classes to see what is possible with a Chicago Booth MBA. Give your time by supporting students with interview training or as a career advisor, panelist, or speaker.

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Make a gift.

Supporting areas like the Annual Fund and scholarship initiatives keeps Chicago Booth a top business school. This philanthropy helps Booth draw world-renowned faculty and ensure the best students are able to attend the school and have the full Booth experience. No matter how large or small, every gift makes an impact on the life of our students and the school.

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Attend your Chicago Booth reunion.

Return to campus to celebrate your one-year reunion and reconnect with classmates and professors. Social media is great to stay in touch, but there is nothing like being back in the city with friends reminiscing about your favorite Booth memories.

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