Take Advantage of a Lifetime of Benefits

All graduates have access to many valuable services through partnerships, platforms, and resources specifically for Penn Alumni. 

Explore alumni benefits, career and professional development, lifelong learning, answers to frequently asked questions, and University-wide alumni opportunities.

Or, you can contact the Penn GSE Office of Development and Alumni Relations: (215) 573-6623 or alumni@gse.upenn.edu.

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Alumni Benefits

From access and events to deals and discounts, the benefits of being an alumnus can be found on campus and beyond. >>>

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Career and Professional Development

Let the resources provided to alumni guide you on your professional journey. >>>


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Lifelong Learning

Stay informed with these opportunities for lifelong learning designed for personal and professional growth. >>>


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Frequently asked questions for Penn GSE graduates. >>>


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Penn Alumni

Connect with a vibrant community of more than 300,000 Penn Alumni around the globe. >>>


Featured Alumni

Meet Our Alumni

Penn GSE is striving to change the world, one graduate at a time. Read stories of the many ways our alumni are having a transformational impact.

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Silvia Castro, GRD’10

Silvia Castro, GRD’10, president of Universidad Lationoamericana de Ciencia yTecnología, uses her Penn GSE education to innovate learning and student services.

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Nicholas Ashburn, GED’12

Nicholas Ashburn, GED’12, is executing high-impact global initiatives from Penn’s campus.

Jasmine Jenkins, GED’14, GED’15

Jasmine Jenkins, GED’14, GED’15, found her calling in professional counseling.


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Jesse Nickelson, GRD’11

Jesse Nickelson, GRD’11, believes it is his mission, as an educator and museum administrator, to cultivate civic engagement and leadership in students.