Alumni Association

Keeping Alumni Connected

MIT alumni are members of one of the most diverse, talented, and invigorating communities in the world. The Alumni Association is a gateway to this community. The Association provides services and resources that strengthen alumni's ties to MIT and each other-across every stage of life and around the globe. Now that's an infinite connection.

Access benefits and services
Alumni Association membership has its privileges-and it's free. Take advantage of the benefits and services that are available to alumni.

Get involved
Use Alumni Association resources to fuel your intellect and access an international network of peers. Here are six ideas to get you started:

Join MIT clubs
Find your next job with the Institute Career Assistance Network (ICAN)
Attend Tech Reunions
Read Technology Review
Create an Infinite Connection account
Hit the road (or sea or sky) with the travel program

Give something back
Thousands of alumni volunteers work directly with the Association and the Institute and many more support MIT through donations to the Annual Fund. Volunteer opportunities range from contributing as a class or club officer, joining the Educational Council, to serving on the MIT Corporation.

See how the Association runs
The Alumni Association is governed by a 23-member Board of Directors. The board itself is chosen by the Alumni Association Selection Committee, which is elected by alumni. Learn more about the governance of the Association and its relationship to MIT.

Serve on boards or committees
Alumni volunteers serve in leadership positions on boards and committees. In these roles, they work in partnership with the Alumni Association to provide strategic oversight of all activities. See an overview of boards and committees and nominate candidates for leadership positions.

Liz McGrath
Senior Individual Giving Officer

Department of Chemistry
Room 18-388
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139
Email: emg@mit.edu
Phone: 617-253-4080


 

 

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Current Issue: February 2017