Jindal School graduates live throughout the world and work in a variety of industries and professions, demonstrating the transformational impact of the Jindal School alumni network. With more than 30,000 alumni, the Jindal School is committed to helping our graduates throughout all stages of their careers. Learn more about how the Jindal School can help you with career enhancement, personal development and growing your own network.
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Staying connected with the Jindal School and fellow alumni is easy and a good way to generate new opportunities for personal development, career enhancement and social connections. Learn more about how you can connect with the Jindal School and benefit from its alumni network.
PowerGrid is a quarterly alumni networking event hosted by the Jindal School’s Office of Development and Alumni Relations. All JSOM alumni are invited, and most events attract a diverse group of graduates working in a variety of professional fields. PowerGrid events are held at prime locations throughout the Metroplex and often feature a brief presentation from a JSOM alumni or university representative.
Attending PowerGrid is a great opportunity to reconnect with former classmates and make new connections as well.Please Join us at the Next PowerGrid Event
Bishop Cider Co.
Thursday, September 17, 2015, 5-7 p.m.
3011 Gulden Lane Suite 1122
Dallas, TX 75212
Join fellow alumni for networking and comments from Joel Malone (BS ’08, MS ’11, MBA ’11), Owner and Founder of Bishop Cider Co.
Bishop cider and and hors d’oeuvres will be served
Register before September 14
A JSOM Alumni Affinity Chapter can be formed when five or more JSOM alumni who share a common interest in a JSOM program or degree field, elect to create a chapter based on their chosen interest. JSOM affinity chapters can be based on the five areas of academic study at JSOM (Accounting; Finance and Managerial Economics; Information Systems and Operations Management; Marketing and Organizations Strategy and International Management) as well as the MBA, PhD and Executive Education programs. For additional information on creating an affinity chapter, contact Courtney Echols, assistant director of development and alumni relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UT Dallas Healthcare Management Alumni Affinity Chapter
Open to all UT Dallas alumni who work in healthcare management or a graduate of the HCMG program. Our alumni chapter plans to provide networking, job opportunities, mentoring, educational events and other opportunities that can help foster your career growth in the healthcare field.
Chapter Steering Committee
Connect with the Chapter
Join this Chapter: Log in to the UT Dallas Alumni website. After logging in click “My Account” located at the top right to edit your contact information and select Healthcare Management.
Chapter directory: https://alumni.utdallas.edu/ChapterDirectory
Update your contact information
If you’ve recently moved or changed jobs, please update your contact information.
Davidson Management Honors Program Alumni Affinity Chapter
Energy Management Alumni Affinity Chapter
Director of Technical Services/Allegro
Merrill LynchAndy Long
finance and reservoir
CSG Investments, Inc.
Analyst: Upstream Supply
Marketing Alumni Affinity Chapter
Systems Engineering and Management Alumni Affinity Chapter
The SEM Alumni Affinity Chapter Launch event will be held at TopGolf Allen.
Friday, October 23, 2015
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
1500 Andrews Parkway, Allen TX 75002
Admission│Golf│Food and Beverages
Come learn how to hit a golf ball or show off what you already know!
RSVP by October 20
To join the LinkedIn chapter, you must first join the JSOM Alumni LinkedIn page. After becoming a member of that Page, you can join the SEM subgroup
U40 Young Alumni Group
Unique to the Jindal School, the U40 Young Alumni Group focuses on the postgraduate experience of Jindal School alumni who are 40 years old and younger. This age bracket has been identified as a period for vital career and personal development, and the Jindal School is committed to helping alumni achieve a successful future.
Through special networking opportunities and events, U40 members receive an exclusive experience centered on involvement, investment and a lifelong commitment to the Jindal School alumni network.
To be eligible for membership in U40, you must:
- Have received degree and/or professional certificate from the Naveen Jindal School of Management AND
- Be 40 years old or younger as of August 1, 2014
- Pay a yearly membership fee of $40. A portion of the membership fee is considered a tax-deductible contribution and goes towards the scholarship fund.
- U 40 T-Shirt
- Invitation to Taco Talk, a triannual networking breakfast hosted at various locations throughout the Metroplex. Visit the U40 Event Calendar to see a list of upcoming Taco Talk dates. One guest per member is permitted at each Taco Talk.
- Invitation to Comet Confidential, a lunch and learn event. Quarterly Lunch and Learn event featuring a discussion led by a Jindal School alum who has demonstrated success in his or her chosen field. Luncheon will be limited to 10 U40 members to encourage one-on-one interaction among attendees and the speaker.
Additionally, U40 members will receive priority access to opportunities such as the Alumni Mentor Program and Young Professionals Panels in partnership with the Career Management Center.
How to Join U40
Joining U40 is easy. click here to access the membership form and pay your membership dues online.
Upcoming U40 Events
Thursday, September 24, 2015
7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
14760 Preston Road
Dallas, TX 75254
JSOM Chinese Alumni and Students Networking Event
Thursday, September 3, 2015
4p.m. – 6 p.m.
JSOM Executive Dining Room
Powergrid Thursday, September 17, 2015 5 p.m. – 7p.m.
3011 Gulden Lane
Dallas, Texas 75212
U40 Taco Talks Thursday, September 24, 2015 7:30am-8:30am Torchy’s Tacos 14760 Preston Road Dallas, Texas 75254
Tuesday, October 13, 2015*
*Additional details will be available soon.
The Jindal School Corporate Relations team helps facilitate strategic relationships between the school and companies in areas such as recruiting, sponsored research, executive education and philanthropic giving.
To learn more about Corporate Relations at the Jindal School, click here.
Calendar of Events
U40 Taco Talk
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
300 North Akard Street
Dallas, TX 75201
RSVP to Courtney.Echols@utdallas.edu
Volunteer opportunities at the Jindal School are as diverse as our alumni. Your expertise and assistance alike are needed inside the classroom, at special events, in your hometown and beyond.
Mentor A Student
The Jindal School is committed to providing students with relevant, real-world industry knowledge and experience available both in and out of the classroom. For this reason, Jindal School alumni are needed to share their professional experiences and career advice with select Jindal School students.
Power of Two Mentor Program: Serve as a mentor to a Full-Time MBA student. Students select their mentors based on industry and experience. You do not need to be a JSOM alumnus to serve as mentor.
Alumni Mentor Program: Serve as a mentor to a Davidson Management Honors Program sophomore or junior. JSOM Alumni Relations and DMHP match students and mentors. All mentors must be JSOM alumni.
- Attend mentor training, meet- and-greet and/or kick-off events.
- Commit to contact your assigned student at least four times during the mentoring period.
- Complete an end–of–year evaluation survey.
To access the mentor application, click here.
Stay tuned for future mentor spotlights.
Here are just a few opportunities to volunteer at the Jindal School
Alumni Events Volunteer
Alumni Relations is always looking for alumni and friends of the Jindal School who are interested in assisting with our special events.
Jindal School alumni interested in speaking in a class or to a student group are encouraged to email Courtney Echols, assistant director of development and alumni relations, at email@example.com . As opportunities arise for which you might be a good fit, the Jindal School Office of Development and Alumni Relations will contact you.
Represent the Jindal School and UT Dallas from your own home town. Regional Representatives are needed for all areas of the world. For more information about the responsibilities and benefits of being a Regional Representative, click here.
To learn more about the Power of Two Mentor Program and future Jindal School alumni volunteer opportunities, email Courtney Echols, assistant director of development and alumni relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org .
At the Jindal School, our students not only obtain the foundational knowledge necessary to be career ready, but receive a business education focused on innovation, creative strategy and forward thinking. Want to transform the future of your workplace? Click on the links provided below to learn more about employer resources and recruiting opportunities available at the Jindal School.
As an alumnus, you probably remember the struggle you felt balancing course work and tuition payments. Or living expenses and lab fees. Reflect on your own experience and help make a difference in the life of a current student. JSOM has more than 30,000 alumni across the globe; collectively, even small gifts make a big impact.
Visit the UT Dallas Alumni Relations webpage to update or verify your contact information on file with the University.