As an alumnus of Tufts University's Gordon Institute, you are part of an elite group of students who've all shared in the experience of expanding your leadership and technical skills within the Tufts environment. Your network includes not only the 950+ MSEM and MSIM alumni but 110,000+ Tufts alumni throughout the world. Here are just a few ways to keep in touch, network, and take advantage of your alumni status.
Engage: Join us for both fun and informative events throughout the year.
Attend a webinar on marketing your career, networking, and interviewing skills.
Become a mentor for students in our M.S. in Innovation & Management program. Contact Sarah Stockwell for more details.
Recommend: Connect Your Colleagues with Tufts Gordon Institute
Do you know someone hoping to make an impact in the world through technology? Students and alumni play an important, appreciated role in Tufts Gordon Institute’s efforts to identify talented new students for our M.S. in Engineering Management (MSEM) and M.S. in Innovation & Management (MSIM) programs.
From there, we’ll reach out to the individual directly to provide them with additional program information. We’ll even waive the application fee if they choose to apply.
Alumni and students who refer someone to our MSEM or MSIM programs will receive a $20 Amazon.com Gift Card. If the person you referred goes on to become a student in the program, Tufts Gordon Institute will also recognize your support by sending you an additional gift!
Involve: Make a difference in your local Tufts Gordon Institute community and beyond.
Partner with us to sponsor industry consulting projects, be a guest speaker, host company visits, and recruit graduates for your company's open roles.
Bring Tufts Gordon Institute to your company! Foster leadership skills, innovative mindsets, and business acumen with our tailored corporate education programs.
Get your voice heard. Join the Alumni Council to help develop an active alumni community, improve student recruitment, and serve as a sounding board for new program development. The Alumni Council meets twice per academic year. Contact Sarah Stockwell for more details.