Tech student Marco Gutierrez working for Care International
With more than 130,000 graduates throughout the world, the Georgia Tech Alumni Association serves to connect alumni with each other and back to the Institute.
Founded in 1908, the Alumni Association communicates the achievements of the Institute and its alumni, maintains its traditions, and serves the campus community. The Alumni Association manages and raises fund for Roll Call, the Institute’s unrestricted annual fund that provides funding for student scholarships, faculty support and building projects.
Alumni may reconnect with Georgia Tech in a variety of ways. More than 100 geographic alumni clubs offer alumni an opportunity to network, support the recruiting of Tech students, raise money for local scholarships, and serve in a volunteer leadership role.
Alumni who live or work overseas may stay connected with other Tech alumni through networking facilitated by the Alumni Association. For more information about staying involved after graduation, please contact Len Contardo, vice president, Georgia Tech Alumni Association, at firstname.lastname@example.org.