EMBA Alumni

Overview of the Penn State Smeal Executive MBA Program alumni network.

Penn State's Alumni Association is the nation's largest, with thousands of passionate graduates spread throughout the country and around the world. Within that vast global network, graduates of the Penn State Smeal Executive MBA have grown over the past decade to form an influential community of motivated and accomplished business leaders. Strengthened by the expertise and experience of our graduates, the Smeal EMBA alumni network will provide you with limitless resources and opportunities to connect well beyond graduation.

The Visit & Events page has up-to-date information for alumni for opportunities to hear from faculty, network with their peers, and connect with prospective students. The EMBA staff also send out regular email updates about the program and networking opportunities. If you have new contact information, share it with emba@smeal.psu.edu so we can keep you in the know! 

Alumni Chapters

Alumni and friends have created hundreds of chapters in the United States and around the world as a way to network with other Penn Staters located in their area. To learn more about the largest dues-paying alumni association in the United States and find a chapter near you, visit the Penn State Alumni Association website

Networking Resources

The Penn State Alumni Association provides numerous ways for graduates to stay connected: its online alumni directory, one of the largest university-related LinkedIn Groups in the world, frequent networking events around the country, and the LionLink professional networking program. Alumni, students, and other Penn Staters can register and begin using LionLink.

Smeal Alumni Groups

The college features several alumni groups for Smeal graduates including Smeal Business Clubs in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Pittsburgh. Additionally, Smeal alumni stay connected with students by becoming members of the MBA Alumni Advisory Board. One example is the Philly Smeal Club - for Smeal alumni and students in the Philadelphia area. Check out what they're up to now on their group page