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Connect with Yale SOM
The Career Development Office (CDO) at Yale SOM works with Yale SOM Alumni on your own careers, as well as accessing Yale SOM talent to build your teams. Whether you are rejoining the workforce, relocating, evaluating unexpected opportunities, planning a career change, or hiring to grow your team, the Career Development Office can support you.
Alumni support the School and the alumni community by volunteering in a wide range of important roles. Whether Yale SOM Alumni are looking to offer their time or talents, there is a volunteer opportunity to fit every schedule.
This November, Yale School of Management students at Evans Hall made time to observe what has become an annual community tradition—Alumni Appreciation Week.
The inaugural Donald Ogilvie ’78 Colloquium on November 30, sponsored by the Council on Anti-Racism and Equity (CARE), will bring together a panel of three alumni—Lofton Holder ’90, Judith Scimone ’00, and Fred Terrell ’82—in conversation with Jamila Abston ’17 and Mae-Lynn Wong ’23.
This month, Yale SOM will host the inaugural event in the Donald H. Ogilvie Colloquium, a speaker series aimed at bringing a diversity of perspectives to the school. The series is named for Don Ogilvie, a member of the Charter Class of 1978 who is remembered for helping to establish Yale’s Black Studies Department and Afro-American Cultural Center as an undergraduate and for his leadership in SOM’s pioneering first cohort. We asked Ogilvie’s friends to help us look back at his accomplishments and remember his unique spirit.
Reunion Weekend 2022 celebrated alumni from classes ending in 2 & 7 on June 24-26, 2022.*
*Please note, we are closely monitoring the ongoing health crisis and are working with University leadership to determine the safest ways to bring our alumni to campus this spring.