Opportunities for Alumni
Wharton’s annual Global Forums and active network of alumni clubs create unparalleled opportunities for the 92,000 members of the Wharton community to meet and exchange ideas with Wharton faculty, alumni, and other leaders in business and government in 150 countries around the world.
Regional and affinity clubs are founded, developed, and organized by alumni around the globe. They are independent, volunteer-driven, and self-sustaining networking organizations that interact and engage with the Wharton School to help make real the collective vision of offering top-quality programming, communications, and engagement among the student, faculty, and staff communities and the broader global alumni communities.
Wharton Executive Education offers the latest knowledge, applied research, and best practices, both in open enrollment and custom programs delivered to global clients on our campuses and worldwide. About 60% of participants in our open enrollment programs are international. The trusted knowledge partner to a broad range of global clients, Wharton delivers programs for international and multinational firms and organizations located in China, India, Australia, Thailand, Europe, and Latin America.
Held each year in centers of international economic importance, the Wharton Global Forums offer alumni a chance to engage with leaders in the business community. These events host a number of keynotes and panel discussions with Wharton’s outstanding faculty members, Wharton alumni, and industry leaders about today’s most relevant topics in business.
For the past few years, approximately one-quarter of the graduating MBA classes have found full-time employment in international locations. We offer employers the opportunity to connect with students and alumni on a personalized, effective level through on-campus recruiting options, off-campus resources, and customized service from their industry contacts.
Knowledge@Wharton, the online research and analysis journal of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania,disseminates business knowledge and insights to readers around the world. Launched in May 1999, Knowledge@Wharton encompasses a network of websites, including four regional editions.
Lifelong Learning brings Wharton alumni together over the course of their careers with new and exciting ways to learn. Wharton’s Lifelong Learning delivers a series of intersecting resources customized to meet your needs and fuel your interests—including faculty talks, webinars and online content, executive education, and events that build effective partnerships, featuring highly relevant content of a caliber only Wharton can provide.
Wharton’s online community, WhartonConnect, allows alumni to easily find colleagues in nearly any industry. Alumni can access industry information, communicate with fellow alumni, and identify contacts through extensive search capabilities.