Alumni and Network
Of Wharton’s 96,000+ graduates around the world, more than 13,000 are on the West Coast and nearly 7,000 are in the Bay Area. Join the largest alumni network of any business school and a vibrant West Coast community of alumni who are constantly networking, mentoring, and making connections.
Alumni on Campus
Connect with Wharton alumni on campus in San Francisco and in Philadelphia. Wharton students interact with industry leaders through an alumni mentoring program, career panels, alumni club receptions, and conferences. Alumni give lectures and hold discussions in the classroom, work with students on field application projects, and meet with students through campus programs.
Wherever you end up, a Wharton Alumni Club gives you a lifelong network of leaders in specific industries or geographic regions, like the Wharton Club of Northern California and the Wharton Club of Southern California.
Seventy-nine regional and affinity Wharton Alumni Clubs provide support and opportunities for Wharton graduates worldwide. Meet fellow Wharton alumni, trade ideas, find employees and jobs, develop new initiatives, form partnerships, and discuss economics.
Wharton MBA Reunions
Reconnect with classmates, rekindle memories, and relive the energy of taking classes with professors who inspire you and make you see the world differently. Combine enrichment with entertainment for the whole family in one amazing weekend.
Wharton Lifelong Learning also teamed up with Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship to introduce the Wharton Scale School Workshop Series at Wharton San Francisco for entrepreneurs looking to move beyond initial product-market fit to build a larger and more profitable enterprise.
Wharton Global Forums
Hosted in regions around the world, the Wharton Global Forums bring together leaders from business and government along with Wharton faculty and alumni to explore the issues facing global business. Visit top business destinations to network with friends, meet professionally, share important contacts and industry information, and elicit ideas, support, and possibly even funding for new projects and connections.