One of the best aspects of being a part of the Huntsman Program is having access to an incredibly successful and engaged alumni network. No matter how far away post-graduate life takes them, Huntsman alumni are always eager to stay involved with the Program and give back to current students whether that be through career chats, mentoring, and more.
JOIN THE LINKEDIN GROUP
Huntsman Alumni, be sure to join the Huntsman LinkedIn group to stay connected and share recruiting opportunities. This group is only open to current Huntsman students and Alumni.
QuakerNet is Penn’s central Alumni database. This is a great tool for students and alumni to use to research Penn alums working in various fields and industries. Make sure that your profile is up to date.
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NETWORKING / MENTORING
Current students value and appreciate the advice and mentorship that our alumni network has to offer. Learn more about mentoring and networking opportunities.
We know that companies are always looking to hire talented students. Learn more about ways in which you can partner with the Program to hire Huntsman Students for job and internship opportunities.
SUPPORT / GIVE
The alumni fund aims to develop and implement new initiatives to support the Huntsman Program community and to enhance the overall Huntsman experience.
Fill out our Huntsman Alumni Form to build out your profile for the website. Current and prospective students find these profiles useful in order to gain insight into how the Huntsman Program has enhanced the professional and career development opportunities of our students, and to learn more about our Alumni community.
By Mariana Velasco Huntsman students Samidha Sane ’22, Nikhil Gupta ’22 and Ayina Anyachebelu ’22, along with Eugenia Lee (University of Chicago) and Logan Herman (Carnegie Mellon), participated in the MIT Covid-19 Hackathon to produce a project that would solve challenges related to the pandemic in Africa, and won as one of the only undergraduate teams ...Read More
By Matteo Brunel I didn’t go into my semester abroad in Milan, Italy at Bocconi University with any particular expectations. I was just excited to strengthen my Italian speaking skills and spend time with my family. I arrived in Italy mid-January to spend a week in Castiglione della Pescaia, Tuscany (my family’s hometown) with my family ...Read More
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Huntsman sophomores, Nikhil Gupta, Ayina Anyachebelu, and Samidha Sane, along with two other teammates, won the MIT COVID-19 Challenge: Africa Takes on COVID-19 Hackathon. They competed against over 1,500 individuals from over 100 countries. Their team created a solution that will repurpose the supply chains of recycling plants and organizations on the ground in Nigeria to mass-produce sustainable, inexpensive PPE constructed from plastic waste products, all the while employing low-income citizens and cleaning up the environment. It is worth mentioning that they were the only undergraduate team selected to participate in their track! Congratulations Nikhil, Yina, Samidha, and team! This is such an amazing initiative and we cannot wait to see the tremendous impact that it will make! 🤗🌟