Class of 2000 Alumni Chapter

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Stay Connected Via Your Class 2000 Web site

You can stay connected with your classmates via your Class of 2000 website hosted on the alumni server at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon. Share the good news of your new job, your marriage or the latest addition to your family.  You can upload photos, add Class Notes, and join in online discussions with your classmates. The site includes a complete directory of the Class of 2000 with the latest contact information as well as a photo album of your days at the Tepper School of Business. You will also be invited back to campus for special Class Reunions every five years beginning in 2012.

Online Alumni Directory – Networking

You can network with more than 15,000 alumni from the Tepper School of Business using our confidential Online Alumni Directory.  The highly searchable database of all alumni from the business school is password-protected and maintained by our own IT staff. It is available 24/7 from any Internet accessible device and is a rich networking resource for the alumni community. Information is updated in real time.

You may also utilize the Carnegie Mellon Alumni Association Online Directory. All Carnegie Mellon alumni are included in it except those who are deceased or have requested the university not release their information.

E-mail Forwarding for Life

After you leave the Tepper School of Business, we’d like you to stay connected with your fellow graduates! We designed the e-mail forwarding service to make staying in touch with classmates, friends and other contacts much more convenient. In addition, it will make it easier to ensure you get e-mails we send to alumni, even as you go from job to job and change your e-mail address.

Alumni can set up e-mail forwarding using our Alumni Update Service, which is integrated with e-mail forwarding. Our E-mail Forwarding Service allows you to designate a customized “alias” for yourself. This alias represents a lifetime e-mail address.

Our default user name for you will be unless you designate an alternative. This lifetime e-mail address will automatically forward to you the e-mail address we have on record in the Online Alumni Directory. If you do not keep us up to date with an accurate e-mail in the Alumni Directory, your e-mail forwarding will no longer work.
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Lifelong Learning

Alumni have the opportunity to leverage the Tepper School ’s award-winning research with the online resource center.  In keeping with the school’s commitment to the real-time transfer of knowledge, the Lifelong Learning Web site was developed in response to alumni interests in strengthening industry leadership and career development.  The Web site includes faculty research, recommended readings, and podcasts and videos showcasing alumni and faculty interviews workshops and presentations.
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For more information on our initiatives, contact John Sengenberger, Director of Alumni Relations, at 412-268-9587 or

Alumni Chapters around the World

The Tepper School of Business has alumni chapters in leading cities around the U.S. and abroad to provide lifelong social, networking and professional development opportunities for current and future Tepper School of Business alumni. The chapters accomplish this mission by building strong relationships between alumni and the business school community of students, faculty and staff by promoting a strong business school identity through a variety of alumni-sponsored activities. We offer online registration for all alumni events. Chapter websites list alumni events, alumni news notes, a directory of all alumni in the region and other valuable networking tools.
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To learn how you can start an alumni chapter in your area, contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 412-268-6227.

Volunteer Opportunities for Alumni

Alumni volunteers are a vital part of our life at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon. You can continue to strengthen your alma mater by volunteering to serve the school in a variety of capacities. Some important areas are:

  • Alumni Mentors - The Career Opportunities Center (COC) runs a mentor program each year matching new graduate business students with alumni. The intent of the program is to connect students with more seasoned professionals who can serve as a sounding board on career choices. Much of the interaction, due to the location of alumni, is via the Internet; however the COC encourages students to speak with their mentors by phone and visit mentors in their city or place of employment.
  • The Career Opportunities Center always needs alumni to assist current students with mock interviews and reviewing resumes.
  • Management Game Board of Directors – More than 200 alumni volunteer each year to serve on the Board of Directors for Management Game teams. They serve as an integral part and a critical facet of the simulation environment and hold three meetings with the Game Teams.
  • Help students and alumni with career workshops; serving as speakers on alumni panels; and giving guest lectures to classes and student clubs.
  • Host student visits to your company and take the lead in arranging for your company to recruit for summer interns and new hires on campus. Over 75 percent of our recruiters are alumni, and they are the single greatest reason for our placement success at the Tepper School of Business.
  • Help us recruit the top students. Volunteer with the Admissions Office to assist at MBA recruiting fair in your region.
  • Alumni Regional Chapter Leadership Teams – Help us organize professional and social events in your region to strengthen our alumni community.
  • Join your class Reunion Planning or Reunion Giving Committee or become your class correspondent.

To volunteer in these or other ways, contact the Alumni Office at 412-268-6227 and ask for either John Sengenberger ( or Janice French(
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Annual Fund – Class of 2000

The Tepper School appreciates all of the members of the class of 2000 who supported their class gift campaign. The participation of each and every student in this effort is truly important. Strong class gift participation demonstrates that those closest to our academic programs believe in our vision for the school and the education they received. This is a very compelling message to both perspective students who are considering the program and members of the Tepper community who are considering making a gift to support the school
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To reach the highest participation rate possible, please make your gift or pledge payment by June 30, 2000 . Pledge payments and gifts can be made by mail or online by visiting the class website. In the future, members of the class of 2000 who made multi-year pledges can us this site as they make continued payments.
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Didn’t make a multi-year but still want to continue your support of the school? Future gifts can be made on your class website. Your ongoing financial support through your gifts and pledge payments is very appreciated and vital in continuing to strengthen the school.

Learn more about how your support can make a difference by calling the Office of the Annual Fund – 412-268-5137.
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At the Tepper School of Business, we are committed to being an ongoing resource for you throughout your life and career. A number of online alumni career resources are available for you through the Career Opportunities Center (COC). You may also contact the COC to arrange a consultation with a career counselor.  


The Tepper School of Business offers alumni diverse opportunities for lifelong learning through its Executive Education programs. In collaboration with the Center for Business Solutions, the Executive Education Center offers companies and individuals an educational experience distinguished by unique content, personalized learning and superior return on investment.  While the Executive Education Center’s specialty is custom corporate education, it also offer a collection of open enrollment programs, sponsors industry summit meetings and provides direct access for corporate partners to the diverse knowledge assets at the Tepper School. For more information about the Tepper School of Business’s executive programs, call 412-268-2304 or e-mail:
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Official Mailing Address for All Departments:

Tepper School of Business
Carnegie Mellon University
Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh , PA 15213-3890

Office of Admissions: 412-268-5687

Office of Alumni Relations: 412-268-6227

Office of the Annual Fund:   412-268-5137

Career Opportunities Center :   412-268-2278

Office of the Dean: 412-268-2266

Office of Corporate Relations 412-268-7906
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