ALUMNI CAREER RESOURCES
The School provides an abundance of career resources for alumni. To get started click here for information on Alumni Career Resources
For information on the Lauder Institute - the joint degree program in international management, integrating the Wharton MBA with an MA in International Studies from Penn's School of Arts and Sciences or a JD from Penn Law, click here.
FACTIVA - Wharton grads have free access to one of the world's best publication search engines (You'll need to log in): FACTIVA Search Engine
WAVE - The Wharton Alumni home page is found at WAVE. There is a wealth of resources available at this site, including the aforementioned Alumni Career Resources (CareerConnect) as well as the Alumni Directory (check and see if your data is correct!).
Penn Phone Directory - to find the phone number of any Wharton or Penn employee or student, just click on this handy link: Penn Phone Directory.
For general information on The Wharton School, click here:
Facts at a Glance
This is the link to information about our fellow alumni clubs:
Wharton Alumni Clubs
Here's some of the latest on fellow Wharton alums who are making the news:
Alumni in the News.
Wharton in the News - Some of the top stories in leading business publications:
Wharton in the News
Link to the Wharton School Externship Program Information:
The Alumni Council on Admissions is a resource for all Penn alumni who have children or grandchildren going through the undergraduate admissions process at Penn. For additional information, call 215.898.6888, firstname.lastname@example.org. or click here: Alumni Council on Admissions.
The Wharton Club of Houston wants to help you connect with other groups that can help you in your business interests. Here are links to some important local organizations:
The Wharton Club of Houston is a founding member of the MBA Council of Houston which serves Houston-based MBA alumni through business networking, providing unique events, promoting organizational best practices, and encouraging community involvement.
Financial Executives Networking Group:
The Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) is an organization for M&A professionals. They typically meet on the second Tuesday of the month at The Houston Club. Their web site is www.acg.org/houston/
The Turnaround Management Organization meets monthly, for people dealing with workouts, turnarounds, etc.http://www.turnaround.org/
The Houston Technology Center is one of the key organizations if you are interested in technology startups.http://www.houstontech.org
The Rice Alliance is another key player in the technology startup world. http://alliance.rice.edu/
If you are interested in Management Consulting, the IMC would be a good place to start. www.imchouston.org
The Houston Strategic Forum focuses on strategic planning and management. http://www.houstonstrategyforum.com/
The Greater Houston Partnership is the local chamber of commerce for Houston. http://www.houston.org/
The Houston Texchange is another networking organization focused on technology entrepreneurs.www.texchange.org/