Action Learning beyond graduation
Many alumni cite Action Learning as a highlight of their time at MIT Sloan. Fortunately for them and the Action Learning team, their participation doesn’t need to end at graduation. For those interested in maintaining rich and fruitful interactions with students and faculty— and gaining student teams’ insights into real-world problems—there are several ways to stay involved.
After completing your MIT Sloan degree, you can become involved and guide students on their own learning journeys in multiple ways:
- Host a gathering for students with leaders from your company, region, or industry to support student learning, understanding and research.
- Join a class or event as a guest speaker; share your relevant business experiences and discuss topical problems and solutions with students. Read more
- Mentor an Action Learning student team; this requires more of a time commitment, (between 10-20 hours per team) but as our mentors will attest, it is well worth it.
As a student, I always appreciated it when alumni would visit our classes and share their perspectives with us. There is no better place in the world to work and contribute than MIT Sloan.Read More
Host an Action Learning team at your organization
Action Learning alumni know what it requires to become a great host. If you have a management challenge at your current company or organization, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to explore hosting opportunities for one of our many labs.
Make a difference
Have a great idea? Want to contribute? Contact us at email@example.com. We’d love to welcome you back to MIT Sloan.