UVU MBA Alumni Association

Join the UVU MBA Alumni Association Board

There is currently a chapter for the Woodbury School of Business but with our growing alumni base for our MBA program there is a need for a chapter more specific to MBA graduates. We are currently in the process of establishing an Alumni Association chapter to better serve our MBA Alumni. If you are interested in serving on the Board of Directors for the MBA Alumni, please contact the MBA Alumni Association President, Brandon Weekes at weekesbc@gmail.com.

New Career Portal for UVU MBAs

As an alumnus, you can now easily create and manage your online career profile. By taking just a couple of minutes, you will be immediately available to the world's top businesses and prospective employers in their search for candidates. Join other MBAs and alumni to put your résumé in front of leading MBA recruiters from Alcoa, Amazon, Bain, Dell, Eli Lily, Goldman Sachs, Google, Johnson & Johnson, JP L'Oreal, Morgan, McKinsey, Morgan Stanley, Philips, and hundreds more. You now have direct access to current internships and full-time jobs for MBA students from across the globe.

This system helps you easily create and manage your online career profile. This information will be available to prospective employers through your career services office's partnership with MBA GradLeaders.

How It Works:

  1. Login - UVU Alumni Career Portal
  2. Sign Up - Résumé service is free to join and use
  3. Set Up - Fill out your profile and upload your résumé - takes just a couple of minutes!
  4. Get Hired - World's best companies can now find and recruit you!                     

It's fast, easy and effective! Register or update your career profile now!

GMAC 2015 Alumni Perspectives Survey Report

This summary report presents findings from GMAC’s annual Alumni Perspectives Survey, conducted in October and November 2014. The report includes responses from more than 12,000 graduate business school alumni who graduated from the classes of 1959 through 2014. These alumni represent 230 graduate programs in business at 71 universities worldwide. This methodology differs from that used for alumni surveys prior to 2013, which were based on longitudinal samples from the GMAC Global Management Education Graduate Survey.