Members of the Washington University community gathered at the Scandinavia House in New York for a networking event in June. (Jennifer Weisbord, BFA ’92)
Finding opportunities for students to engage with alumni is one of the main goals of the
Washington University Alumni Association. Last June, the Alumni Association joined forces with the Career Center to host networking parties around the country. Students were able to network with young alumni (ages 35 and under) and gain insight into various fields. Summer parties took place in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C.
alumni.wustl.edu/events to learn about events in your area, or contact the Alumni Association at (800) 867-ALUM (toll-free) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rachel Kleinman, AB ’11, Julie Goldman, AB ’11, and Nicole Warren, BFA ’11, enjoy the young alumni event in June. (Jennifer Weisbord, BFA ’92)
The young alumni event is about networking and reconnecting with friends, such as (from left) Kate Levitov-Baxter, AB ’10, Sarah Cohen, AB ’11, and Rae Draizen, AB ’10. (Jennifer Weisbord, BFA ’92)
Alumni like Julia Mellon, AB ’11, and Gabriel Abramowitz, BSBA ’12, mingle with fellow alumni and currents students in New York. (Jennifer Weisbord, BFA ’92)
Networking events, like the one held in New York in June, help alumni living outside St. Louis — like Jeffrey Lancaster, AB ’05, BFA ’05, and Amy Schnitzer, AB ’98 — remain active members of the Washington University community. (Jennifer Weisbord, BFA ’92)
Sam King, AB ’12, and Matthew Rosenthal, AB ’11, were among the dozens of alumni who gathered to network with fellow alumni and students in New York. (Jennifer Weisbord, BFA ’92)
The New York Summer Party allowed current students like Ariella Elovic (center), Art Class of 2013, the opportunity to network with university alumni. (Jennifer Weisbord, BFA ’92)
Networking events, such as the summer party in New York, give alumni the chance to renew friendships. (Jennifer Weisbord, BFA ’92)