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Alumni Connection

You're always home on the Hilltop

As alumni of Georgetown McDonough, you belong to a select group of colleagues, friends, mentors, and leaders who share a lifelong bond to the school. Staying connected and remaining active in the alumni community while taking advantage of our global alumni network will benefit you over the course of your career as you live out the Jesuit principles of service to the community.

A Lifelong Network

As alumni of Georgetown McDonough, you belong to a select group of colleagues, friends, mentors, and leaders who share a lifelong bond to the school. Staying connected and remaining active in the alumni community while taking advantage of our global alumni network will benefit you over the course of your career as you live out the Jesuit principles of service to the community.

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Events & Reunions

Connect with Georgetown's global network to build professional relationships, learn about upcoming events, and explore career opportunities.

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Ambassador Program

The Alumni Ambassador is an association of MBA alumni that works directly with the Office of Alumni and External Relations to encourage community building and promote a strong alumni experience for Georgetown MBA graduates. In order to ensure that our alumni have the best community available, we believe that alumni must be involved from the admissions process, through Georgetown, and onward.

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MBA Alumni Advisory Council (MAAC)

The mission of the MBA Alumni Advisory Council (MAAC) is to strengthen the engagement of Georgetown McDonough MBA alumni in the activities of the school and among the members of core constituencies – MBA alumni, MBA students, MBA faculty and staff – toward the broader goals of program excellence and global renown.

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Career Services

The career center provides lifelong career management and career guidance on hiring and switching careers.

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Georgetown McDonough By the Numbers

Georgetown McDonough accepts the best of the best and graduates the best of the best. Here are some of the statistics.

  • May 29- Jun 4

    Undergraduate reunion

    We look forward to seeing undergraduate alumni for the 2014 reunion on May 29.

  • Oct 17-18

    Graduate reunion

    Georgetown McDonough welcomes MBA graduates for a reunion in October

  • 20,978

    A vast alumni network

    With more than 20,000 alumni, Georgetown McDonough’s alumni network is a valuable resource to students and other graduates.

  • ~Georgetown McDonough School of Business Faculty-Led Research Centers ~

    The research entities at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business leverage their location in Washington, D.C., to study the intersection of business and public policy, international affairs, financial markets and policy, and markets and ethics. Georgetown McDonough faculty members excel at solving critical business issues and defining best practices across a range of industries that will transform the world of business.

  • ~ABOUT GEORGETOWN MCDONOUGH EXECUTIVE DEGREE PROGRAMS ~

    Georgetown University's McDonough Business School offers world-class executive degrees, including the Executive MBA, Executive Master’s in Leadership, the Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA, Corporate International Master’s and the Master of Science in Finance. Curricula focus on business, leadership and strategy from a global perspective. Georgetown McDonough executive degree programs help shape world leaders, who benefit from a distinguished educational experience at one of the world’s top business schools.

  • ~About Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business ~

    Founded in 1957, Georgetown McDonough is home to some 1,400 undergraduates, 1,000 MBA students, and 1,200 participants in executive degree and open enrollment programs.

  • ~MBA Career Center ~

    The MBA Career Center offers a variety of career services to current MBA students and alumni. They provide students career guidance through career courses, career counseling, and hosting recruiting on campus, ultimately resulting in students securing the MBA internships and job placements they are seeking. Whether entering business school to learn how to change jobs, to advance within a particular industry, or to become an entrepreneur, Georgetown MBA students are prepared to achieve their career goals.