Do you miss MIT Sloan? Do you want to reconnect with peers and fellow alumni? Are you eager to talk with a current student about his or her professional development?
Find below a list of just a few of the many opportunities we offer for you to get involved with the MIT Sloan community here in Cambridge and around the world. Check back often, as this list is constantly updated.
The MIT Sloan Alumni Board is creating a strong, supportive, and visible global community that benefits alumni, students, and the School.Learn more about the work the alumni board is doing
Connect with MIT Sloan alumni of the last five graduating years.Learn more about Sloan 5 cities and events
MIT and MIT Sloan alumni have clubs all over the world. Find a club near you!Learn more about Sloan alumni clubs and ways to engage
The MIT Sloan Student–Alumni Mentoring Program is bringing alumni and students together in purposeful, mutually rewarding relationships.Learn more about the Mentoring Program and ways to be involved
Our alumni network is vital to attract the best and brightest students to MIT Sloan, and the Admissions Office has several ways for you to get involved.Learn more about alumni opportunities with Admissions
Stay connected with fellow alumni and join the conversation online.Learn more on how to engage on social media
You will one day
become part of the worldwide MIT Sloan alumni community. Find out how you can
participate in—and contribute to—the alumni network starting today.Learn more about how to engage with the alumni network
No one can tell the stories of MIT Sloan better than those who have experienced our diverse and collaborative community first-hand, that's our alumni! To participate email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to reconnect and stay in touch with fellow classmates, get insider information about what’s happening on Sloan’s Campus, and help make a difference for Sloan today?
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