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There are more than 70 alumni clubs around the world so no matter where you live, work, or travel, the alumni network is there for you.
Interested in starting a club in your region? To find out how, please visit Club Leader Resources.
There are well over 30 alumni clubs located in the United States alone. So even if you've moved far from New York, there's likely a slew of your fellow alumni to connect with nearby. Find the closest club and get involved today.
Our alumni network has long extended to the far corners of the globe. So it's only natural that our clubs reflect that fact. Today, they cover over 35 countries around the world with more sprouting up all the time, so find your closest club and get involved today.
Organized and run by alumni, our affinity club events bring together Columbia Business School graduates who share the same special interest for social events, professional development, and continuing education.
Club Leader Resources
Become a Columbia Business School alumni club leader and join an elite group of volunteers. Club leaders serve as the primary liaisons between Columbia Business School and the alumni population in their region. They are responsible for organizing, networking, and learning opportunities that reflect the mission of the School.
Alumni Relations is dedicated to working with club leaders to provide them with resources to help connect their community to the Columbia Business School global alumni network.
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Calendar of Events
- New Delhi: Reception and Dinner with Sandy Roberts, Sr. Associate Director of External Relations and Development
- Dec 16 2013 07:00PM
- Mumbai: Reception and Dinner with Dean Glenn Hubbard
- Dec 19 2013 08:00PM
- Bay Area: Annual Silicon Valley Alumni and Student Event
- Jan 07 2014 06:30PM
- Los Angeles: Networking Reception for Alumni and Students
- Jan 08 2014 08:00PM
- Chile: Luncheon with the Former Minister of Finance & Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund
- Jan 09 2014 01:30PM
- The Changing Face of the Asian Consumer
- Jan 15 2014 06:00PM
- Mumbai: Welcome Dinner for the Global Immersion Class led by Professor Gita Johar
- Jan 19 2014 08:30PM
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