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At Spertus, graduation is the beginning of a new chapter in your Spertus journey. You become part of Spertus Institute’s impressive and impactful alumni community!
Learning at Spertus Institute doesn’t end when you leave the classroom. It is a lifelong pursuit — to grow, ask incisive and important questions, examine how we fit into the context of history, and then to persistently apply what we learn to create a stronger community and better world.
Spertus alumni strengthen and invigorate communities worldwide, by sharing skills, supporting growth, and lighting the way for others.
Spertus offers multiple ways to stay in touch with the Spertus learning community and keep your Spertus relationships strong.
Enjoy Spertus programs, including continuing education and networking opportunities exclusive to alumni.
Engage With Other Alumni
Join and use the Spertus Students and Alumni Facebook group to pose questions, share opportunities and successes, maintain connections, and continue to learn and grow.
Take Advantage of Spertus Career Resources
Spertus provides professional resources and weekly job postings.
Pay it Forward
Consider a donation to support future Spertus students.
Share the Light of Your Learning
Support others’ learning and leadership. Advocate for professional development. Be a mentor and cheerleader when others need one.
Introduce Others to Spertus
Strengthen our communities by acquainting new people with the benefits of a Spertus education. Refer students and receive a special thank you gift! Or host a Spertus event in your community. Contact Amie Barrish to learn more.
Stay in Touch!
We want to hear from you. Please be in touch to share ideas, volunteer, or just stay connected.
Image above, top row, left to right: Derek Greeley, Max Preschel, Kyle Stone, Rabbi Elyse Wechterman, Michael Schneider, Abigail Salisbury, Rena Boroditzky, Levi Zeffren, and Dr. Dean P. Bell. Bottom row, left to right: Erica Wilke Bova, Moshe Lencer, Rabbi Janice Elster, Michelle Lawner, Justine Saidman, Lynne Lieberman, and Doug Winkelstein.