Alumni

CONTINUE YOUR JOURNEY

As a University of Calgary, Master of Public Policy Alumnus, you’re now part of a life-long alumni network that extends throughout Canada and the world. Our graduates join a community of more than 300 plus alumni whose education has enabled them to work for businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and government around the globe. Our Alumni contribute to the exchanges of experiences and knowledge between The School and the professional world.

MPP Alumni share a commitment to professionalism and public policy excellence.

 

CONNECT

Connect with accomplished former students, join the professional and social networks of MPP alumni and develop connections with your cohort.

MPP Alumni Council

The MPP Alumni Council (MPPAC) formed in 2016 and serves as the voice of the MPP community across Canada. The MPPAC connects and engages Master of Public Policy alumni members by facilitating networking and professional development opportunities, as well as providing philanthropic support. The School of Public Policy Development and Alumni Engagement team works closely with the MPPAC to support the Council’s initiatives.

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VOLUNTEER

Enrich the lives of students and your alumni community worldwide by volunteering your knowledge, skills and talents. Mentor an MPP student and help them launch their career through volunteerism.

The School of Public Policy Mentorship Program

The University of Calgary’s Mentor Link connects active MPP Alumni with current graduate students. The program provides students with encouragement and advice to assist them in achieving academic and career goals. Through this initiative, Alumni offer professional and personal development advice while providing insight about their academic and work experience.

If you’re interested in becoming a mentor, please contact sppcareers@ucalgary.ca

 

GIVE

Help students excel. Fuel groundbreaking research. Transform your community. Spark meaningful change with a gift to The University of Calgary and The School of Public Policy.