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                              MIT’s alumni — entrepreneurs, researchers, policymakers, and above all, leaders — have helped to shape the world we know today. From 3-D printing to bionic prostheses, many of the products and services that define the modern world have sprung from the minds and hands of MIT’s brilliant alumni community.

                              MIT’s 139,000-plus alumni represent one of the most talented, innovative, and networked communities on the planet. Many remain deeply involved in the life of the Institute. They volunteer, serve on boards, head up regional alumni clubs, and?generously support MIT’s students, faculty, and staff.?As individuals, their contributions are extraordinary. As a community, their impact is infinite.

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                              Join a club. Start a group. Make an annual gift. Attend an event. MIT draws great strength from its graduates’ ongoing engagement — with each other and with the Institute. Our alumni can always find community at MIT, no matter where in the world they are.

                              An MIT Alumni Travel Program trip to Tanzania

                              MIT Alumni News

                              In their communities and their professions, locally and around the globe, MIT’s alumni are vital to our vision of making a better world. Through MIT News, the Alumni Association’s Slice of MIT blog, Resource Development’s Spectrum, and MIT News in Technology Review, you can keep up with our graduates’ remarkable impact around the globe. 

                              The MIT Student/Alumni Externship Program in action
                              Presenting at the annual Alumni Leadership Conference (ALC)

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