For more than seventy years, the Albers School of Business & Economics has graduated thousands of notable Albers alumni. These alumni are known for their inspiring professionalism and dedication to transforming the world for better, both in their companies and in their communities.
Here you’ll find many ways to stay connected and get involved with Albers alums in celebrating and sharing in the stories of our collective success and citizenship. Whether you are seeking to mentor the next generation of Albers students toward successful careers, participate in an advisory board role, or are looking to attend our next annual Crab Feed–an alumni-favorite get-together and fundraiser— we look forward to connecting with you.
Michael Schwartze, '16, Economics & Finance double major, is now an analyst in Baseball Operations for the San Francisco Giants. Michael took a focused and disciplined approach—albeit an unconventional path—to his dream job. Read more about his success story in the Spring 2018 issue of the Albers Brief.
Twice a quarter in the fall, winter, and spring, executives from around the Puget Sound region are invited to speak on a topic of their choice and then respond to questions from a selected panel of current and former students and the audience. Many alumni attend the Albers Executive Speaker Series to learn from the speakers, network, and see old friends and colleagues.
Join the Albers Alumni Board at our delicious annual fundraiser that supports the Albers Alumni Endowed Scholarship Fund: providing assistance to bright and motivated Albers students who will become tomorrow’s ethical business leaders. We raised $90,000 in 2018. Help beat that record at the upcoming Crab Feed on Friday, March 15, 2019!
You know the quality of an Albers degree. Why not hire someone with the same strong business background and commitment to service that helped you succeed? Whether for an internship or a full-time job, with an Albers graduate you will get a dedicated employee who will become a leader not only in your organization but also in your community.
Interested in recruiting on campus? Contact the Albers Placement Center at (206) 296-5687.
The Albers Placement Center is student-focused, and you can help.
Consider giving back to Albers through mentoring a student. Contact the Albers Placement Center for information: Albers Mentor Program
Students can learn from your experience and expertise. Help us get them ready for their futures by helping with resume reviews, mock interviews, and networking events. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and offer your services.
Participate as a contestant, mentor a current team, or join an esteemed panel of judges. Find out how to get involved in this exciting annual event here: Harriet Stephenson Business Plan Competition.
Volunteer as a coach, sponsor a team, or donate funds for more client relationship manager interns to serve more businesses.
Now is an exciting time to get involved in Albers. With 13 advisory boards across the college, we’re looking for your knowledge and expertise to guide our next steps forward. On the Albers Alumni Board, network with your fellow alumni and engage other alums to participate in various events and activities across Albers.