Tap into a powerful network

The benefits of the Kellogg MBA network will last throughout your career and lifetime.

As a member of the Kellogg alumni network, you can connect to more than 60,000 graduates — an exceptionally responsive group of high-impact, low-ego leaders who hold top positions at some of the world’s most respected organizations.

As an alum, enjoy exclusive access to events and opportunities for broadening your personal and professional network and sharpening your skills. Take advantage of ongoing career support, including lifetime access to one-on-one career coaching. And access exclusive educational benefits through our Degree Enhancement Program, which allows you to take up to six free courses.

I reached out to some Kellogg alumni to learn more about a company... Two of them wrote unsolicited recommendations to HR on my behalf — as did a fellow Kellogg student.

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Career support for a lifetime

Benefit from full career services for a lifetime through Kellogg’s world-renowned Career Management Center. At any time, you may contact our career experts for résumé assistance, free individual coaching, interviewing guidance, negotiations tips or to get answers to career questions — the same access you enjoy as a student at Kellogg. You’ll also have exclusive access to the alumni job board, career webinars (such as Acing Your Interview, Using Social Media to Drive Job Opportunities and Negotiating Your Job Offer), self-assessment tools, networking events and more.

Continuing studies

As a graduate of the Evening & Weekend Program, you are invited to take six additional courses — free of charge — in the two years following your education. This exclusive benefit gives you the ability to continue your learning with top-notch faculty after graduation, add a major or explore a new subject area.

Stay on top the latest faculty research by reading Kellogg Insight or Kellogg Magazine. Catch a lecture offered by your local alumni club. Or consider enrolling in one of our Executive Education courses.

Exclusive access to events

Access an endless number of events and opportunities, including networking sessions, social gatherings, lectures and other special-interest activities. Held throughout the year, these events are great opportunities to broaden your professional circles, gain industry knowledge or simply enjoy the company of your peers.

Kellogg alumni clubs throughout the world regularly host lectures and webinars featuring Kellogg faculty and top business leaders. These events, such as our popular Kellogg Insight Live series, cover a wide range of topical issues and industries.

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Membership in the network

The Kellogg alumni network spans 100 countries and includes more than 60,000 graduates from the Full-Time, Evening & Weekend and Executive MBA programs. Tap into the power of this community by joining one of our 50 alumni clubs and groups, searching the Alumni Directory for graduates in your industry, function or region, or connecting with alumni on LinkedIn or at local events.

Meet our alumni

Scott Dorsey Kellogg Part-Time MBA Alumni

Scott Dorsey ’99
Founder, ExactTarget (now Salesforce Marketing Cloud)

After graduating from Kellogg, Dorsey launched a business in a then-unheard-of market: email marketing software. Thirteen years later, his company, ExactTarget, was bought by Salesforce in an all-cash offer for $2.5 billion.

Ann Hand Kellogg Part-Time MBA Alumni

Ann Hand ’99
CEO, Project Frog

Named Fortune’s most powerful female CEO in 2013, Ann Hand is revolutionizing the construction industry with Project Frog, a building company that offers kits for easily assembled and sustainable buildings.

Jim Reynolds Kellogg Part-Time MBA Alumni

Jim Reynolds '82
Founder, Chairman and CEO, Loop Capital

Reynolds is the founder of Loop Capital, a full-service investment bank with clients across the globe. Now he’s working to improve the futures of at-risk youths in his hometown.

Alan Anderson Kellogg Part-Time MBA Alumni

Alan Anderson ‘04
Regional Executive Director, Year Up Chicago

Anderson is fighting gun violence through employment at Year Up Chicago, a nonprofit that provides low-income adults ages 18 to 24 with one year of technical and professional training for college credit.

Rick Waddell Kellogg Part-Time MBA Alumni

Rick Waddell ’79
Chairman and CEO, Northern Trust Bank

Learn how Waddell went from bank trainee to CEO — and transitioned Northern Trust into a new era of banking.

Ellen Kullman Kellogg Part-Time MBA Alumni

Ellen Kullman '83
CEO, DuPont

Kullman braved an unlikely career move and started a new division from scratch. She credits the experience as key in developing the ability to motivate a team, a crucial skill for the CEO of a $36 billion global corporation.

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