400
Alumnae engaged in the new pilot Wharton Women’s Circles program, a collaboration between Wharton External Affairs and MBA Career Management

 

SIXTEEN
Power Dinners matching senior-level alumni with current MBA students for intimate networking opportunities in Philadelphia and San Francisco in the fall of 2019

 

NINE
Industries represented in the “Alumni Career Consultants for the Day” program, including technology, private equity, venture capital, retail, and health care

 

TWENTY-ONE
On-demand, easy-to-access career videos covering how to maximize your LinkedIn profile, leveraging executive search, strategies from the “2-hour Job Search” series, and more

 

1,063
Alumni résumés submitted to the Wharton Board of Directors Résumé Book, a list of senior-level alumni that’s distributed for corporate and nonprofit board searches

 

20,000+
Unique visitors per year to the alumni career website, featuring content for career relaunchers, executives, international alumni, and entrepreneurs

 

1,000+
Career advising appointments with alumni in 2019

 

50%
Increase in the number of alumni subscribers to the quarterly MBA Alumni Career Newsletter from 2019 to 2020

 

$150,000
Median base salary for 2019 MBA graduates as detailed in last year’s MBA Career Statistics report

 

60%
Increase in number of alumni job-board positions from 2019 to 2020

 

71
Resources on the Career Management website, including career assessments, résumé templates, outreach email samples, and industry research tools

 

388
MBA students directly connected with alumni as part of student-alumni engagement programs in 2019–2020