The BYU MBA program continues to be inspired by our more than 7,000 alumni. We love hearing about your adventures and accomplishments and are doing more than ever to keep everyone connected. If you would like to share your story with us, please email Dave Jungheim, MBA alumni relations manager.
The official BYU MBA LinkedIn group is used exclusively by our current students and alumni. Here you can ask business or management questions, collaborate on startups, announce events and conferences, post jobs, stay connected with peers, reach out to the MBA network, and more. Our group is a closed group, so if you wish to join, please follow the instructions below:
- Visit the group page
- If you are not already pre-approved, follow the simple instructions to join
- Wait to receive a LinkedIn notification after your request has been vetted to ensure you are an alum
- Accept the notification
LinkedIn Alumni Directory
BYU MBA students and alumni are encouraged to include the Marriott School in the education section of their personal profiles. Doing so not only increases the visibility of the Marriott School, it includes students and alumni in the Marriott School’s LinkedIn alumni database, a powerful tool for networking and keeping up with other BYU MBA and Marriott School alumni.
Marriott School Alumni Directory
The Marriott School Alumni directory is an excellent resource for everything from looking up former classmates to seeing which fellow alumni work in a specific area. You can also look alumni up by company or industry if you are researching a particular company.
BYU Alumni Directory
Although the BYU Alumni Directory is a university-level alumni tool, by selecting MBA as a search option (under the “All BYU Institution Majors” section) it can be used for targeted searches. It is almost identical to the Marriott School Alumni directory, but selecting search criteria is easier and enables faster searches.
This tool also enables connections with BYU alumni who earned their MBA at another school. To search, select “Master of Business Administration” in the “Degree” section instead of the “All BYU Institution Majors” section.
Facebook & Twitter
The BYU MBA YouTube channel is a great resource for everything from introducing others to the BYU MBA program to seeing the creative side of our students.