The Sellinger Graduate Alumni Association provides networking and continuing education opportunities for the 11,000 graduates of Loyola's Sellinger School from the Evening/Professional MBA, Executive MBA, MBA Fellows, and MSF programs. The Association's annual events calendar includes The After Five Program, Contemporary Topics in Business events, and The Sellinger Alumni Open annual golf outing.
A Board of Directors
oversees the operations of the Sellinger Graduate Alumni Association.
The Loyola Alumni Mentoring Program
The Alumni Mentoring Program has been developed to sustain relationships among alumni and establish networking opportunities that offer growth in business development. This professional development opportunity is offered exclusively to the alumni of Loyola's Sellinger graduate programs.
The Mentoring Program Committee will match Protégés with Mentors in purposeful, mutually-rewarding relationships based on their experiences, business backgrounds, and future career aspirations. We seek a solid and diverse network of business professionals who serve as Mentors, while sharing perspectives on their professional experience. Mentors benefit by staying connected to the innovation that defines Loyola University, while giving back in a meaningful way which has a lasting impact on the Protégé.
The Loyola Alumni Mentoring Program helps prepare a new generation of innovative leaders who will enhance the world.
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After Five, a complimentary continuing education and networking program sponsored by the Sellinger Graduate Alumni Association, is offered to all graduate alumni of Loyola's Sellinger School. Each After Five event offers the opportunity for alumni to visit successful Baltimore-area businesses, tour their facilities and meet with senior executives in a relaxed, informal setting. This event occurs three times a year.
Contemporary Topics in Business
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The Contemporary Topics in Business series offers the opportunity for alumni to get back in the classroom with their favorite professors and discuss current business-related issues in an open environment; or, to engage business leaders and guest panelists in a lively discussion focused on current events.This program offers complimentary continuing education and networking. Diverse areas of discussion include Finance, Marketing, Business Strategy, Economic Policy, Manufacturing, Health Care, International Business and Leadership. This event occurs three to four times a year.
Your ideas, suggestions, and contact with your classmates enhance the success of these events. Please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 410-617-2475 or email@example.com
to become an active volunteer.