Programs and Services for Young Alumni Include:
• Be the first to know about upcoming young alumni events in your area! Special notices for young alumni programming will be sent to you. Looking for general information about alumni groups in your area? Use our Chapter Finder.
• Take advantage of the association's online career services.
• Married (or getting married) to an MU grad? Graduates can sign up for our free Mizzou Match program celebrating married graduates.
• Join one of our many online social community groups, hosted here on MAA's website or beyond
to strengthen MU friendships and build networking contacts.
Stay tuned to this site for additional information about upcoming events.
Have an idea for an event, program or service that would be of interest to Young Alumni? Share your idea with us.
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The Student to Alumni Transition. Mizzou's newest grads are asking not what the university can do for them but what they can do for the university. Read more.
Mizzou's newest grads are asking not what the university can do for them but what they can do for the university.
Read their stories.
Hannah Ryan, BS Ed ’16, poses with her mortarboard, which she had her class of first-graders sign so she’ll always remember the semester she spent student teaching.
Tyler Easton, BS BA, BS ’16, poses with his sister and mother after his commencement ceremony. As a student, Easton was ingrained in the day-to-day operations of the university. “As an alumnus, I hope to focus on the long-term goals of the university and help pave the way for future students,” says Easton, who works in the client services department at NISA Investment Advisors and plans to join the St. Louis Alumni Chapter. “I want to help the university that has such a positive impact on my life.”
When Jamie Crockett, BJ ’15, was watching what happened on campus this past year from Jefferson City, Missouri, where she is deputy director of communications for the Missouri secretary of state, she was frustrated by the missing connection between the alumni and the current students. Now, as communications co-chair for the relaunched Mizzou Black Alumni Network, Crockett helps bridge that gap. “Having the ability to give back to the university is a way of saying thank you while also staying connected to an organization and to people who have watched you grow over the years,” Crockett says.