From the moment you join the Berkeley-Haas community, you'll experience the power of one of the best professional networks on the planet. Almost 40,000 Haas School graduates—and over 450,000 UC Berkeley graduates—are connected by a robust alumni network that includes career resources, online communities, and local alumni chapters in major cities around the globe.
Whether you're in Shanghai, Santiago, London, or New York, you'll have access to local alumni who get together often to strengthen their personal and professional contacts at chapter and regional gatherings. In addition, a variety of online and in-person alumni groups and clubs formed around special interests and industries can provide you with insights and contacts.
With chapters in over countries all over the world, there are, on average, events happening six out of seven days a week all over the world. Haas alumni have also formed a variety of affinity groups for networking and career opportunities.
MBA students often organize alumni mixer events. In addition, the Berkeley-Haas Alumni Relations Office hosts an annual networking event for all MBA students and alumni in the Bay Area.
The robust Berkeley-Haas Alumni Group on LinkedIn provides members of the exclusive community a convenient means of leveraging contacts and deepening their Haas affiliations. You can join the group once you become a student.
As a Berkeley MBA student, you will also gain access to Haas@Cal, the Haas School's exclusive online networking community, as well as an alumni directory and group of more than 4,000 Haas alumni who have volunteered to be career advisors.
As graduate of the Full-time Berkeley MBA program, you will have access to benefits and services designed to help you flourish in every stage of your life and career—whether you're looking to boost your business prospects, expand your networking and social circles, or stay current with industry trends.
Gain lifelong access to job databases, résumé services, personal advising and coaching, and career workshop and webinars offered by the Career Management Group.
Audit a graduate-level course each fall and spring semester at the Haas School for free—a benefit made possible by the Haas Annual Fund.
At your one-year anniversary and then every five years after that, you are invited to Haas for Reunion Weekend—where you will have the opportunity to socialize and reconnect with your fellow graduates, as well as share experiences and expertise with one another.
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