Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends

Alumni Resources
Brandeis is Always Your Home

Find events, resources and stories that matter to you. Connect and reconnect with fellow Brandeisians. And discover ways to continue your relationship with Brandeis.

Find Your Community

In today's digital world, it's easier than ever to stay connected. Find Brandeis alumni who share a common identity, professional interest or student experience. And take advantage of opportunities to expand your network, learn new skills and help students.

See You There

March 26, 2023
BOLD Picnic in the Park in Berkeley
Alumni Club of Northern California
March 30, 2023
Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird"
Alumni Club of South Florida | Arts Alumni Network.

Advance Your Career—Or Someone Else's

Recruiter wearing a Hubspot shirt shakes applicant's hand at career fair

Career Support When You Need It

Brandeis offers free career services to alumni for life. Work with your career center to advance professionally, network with fellow alumni and make a difference in the lives of current students..

Make a Difference

Support Student Success

Light the way for student success and well-being by making a gift to the Brandeis Fund. Your support helps us meet the ever-changing needs of the Brandeis community and allows funds to go directly where they're most needed.

Rise Together

The Rise Together Mentor Network connects Brandeis alumni to their fellow graduates and current students. to enable more robust interactions about careers, networking, professional development, the world of work and much more.

Alumni Admissions Council

Share your positive Brandeis experience with prospective students by participating in virtual interviews and congratulatory campaigns.

In Good Company

Thinkers, doers, creators, leaders. In every profession, industry and endeavor, Brandeis graduates are changing the world. Get to know your fellow alumni.

Kama Einhorn hugging her biological father on the beach.
How One Alumna Stumbled on a Life-Changing Secret

Unexpected DNA test results send an only child on a search for her extended “bamily.”

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