There are many opportunities for members of the McDonough School of Business alumni network to stay involved and connected to your alma mater after graduation. If you are interested in getting involved in any of the capacities listed below please contact Justine Schaffner, assistant dean of alumni and external relations, for details.
Representing Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business
Alumni are the heart and soul of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Alumni represent the school everywhere from professional engagements to industry conferences and become McDonough School of Business advocates by referring their company to the school for expert consultation, executive education programs, and talent acquisition.
Alumni share perspectives gained in their professional experiences through volunteer speaking engagements at the McDonough School of Business and by networking at regional events. Representing employers and their industries, alumni speakers impart invaluable knowledge to current students and provide a link between the classroom and the business world.
*NEW* Georgetown McDonough Alumni Relations Cabinet (ARC)
The Office of Alumni Relations has launched an initiative to form an Alumni Relations Cabinet (ARC). This select group of seasoned alumni will meet twice a year to discuss/provide professional counsel to Georgetown McDonough. Each represenative serves a two-year term.
The ARC will provide ideas and strategic direction on how best to serve our growing population of alumni in additional to providing the types of activities/professional programming our alumni want.
We are looking for volunteers to serve as class representatives to assist our efforts to connect alumni with their classmates and the McDonough School of Business. Working with the Office of Alumni Relations, alumni ambassadors assist with planning events for their class, sharing McDonough news with classmates, and ensuring that their class takes an active role in the offerings provided by the Office of Alumni Relations and the McDonough School of Business.
Regional Alumni Leaders
We are looking for volunteers to act as regional leaders in various cities around the country and world. Regional leaders serve as the primary liaisons between the McDonough School of Business and the alumni population in their region. They are responsible for organizing networking and learning opportunities that reflect the mission of the school. The Office of Alumni Relations is dedicated to working with regional leaders to provide them with resources to help connect their community to the McDonough School of Business global alumni network.
Reunion Class Committee Member
We are delighted to welcome alumni back to the McDonough School of Business for a weekend of reconnecting and learning. Each year, we are pleased to invite back all alumni of the Full-time MBA, MBA Evening Program, Executive MBA, and Executive Master's in Leadership programs who are celebrating their milestone (5th, 10th, 15th, 20th, 25th, 30th) reunions.
Our Students, Your Company: Seeking Internship
Thanks to the global network of successful Georgetown McDonough alumni, dozens of companies across the world provide internship opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students. The demand for internships continues to expand as students seek authentic and meaningful professional experience as part of their education. Support your alma mater and volunteer to provide internships. Contact Doreen Amorosa, associate dean and managing director of the Georgetown McDonough Career Center.