The Muhlenberg Business Network (MBN) is a volunteer led alumni organization whose mission is to become the definitive professional organization for Muhlenberg alumni and students in business. The recently founded network has four core objectives:
- Develop and foster alumni engagement across business professions.
- Increase employment opportunities for students and alumni through networking, formal and informal mentorship, and skill development programs.
- Buttress the breadth and depth of professional exposure and academic material in the classroom and on campus
- Further Muhlenberg’s reputation and name recognition across professional industries.
The organization is led by a steering committee consisting of three founding alumni along with the stewardship of Pat Fligge ’10, Director of Alumni & Student Connections. Working in collaboration with the steering committee will be six subcommittees, which have a variety of roles.
1. Membership – Engages and markets the organization to all alumni.
2. Communications – Coordinates MBN’s website, social media output and print materials, as well as monitors the organization’s College-hosted email account.
3. Events – Executes all MBN events, while simultaneously providing creative and logistical support for the other subcommittees.
4. College Relations – Liaises with on and off campus College organizations, including but not limited to the Career Center, Summer Business Institute, Academic departments, Regional Club and Young Alumni Council.
5. Seasoned Alumni – Creates initiatives and designs resources tailored for more seasoned alumni, including organizing industry specific groups and mentorship programs.
6. Knowledge Institute – Develops, obtains and curates resources on skill development, management training, job search assistance and a variety of other critical topics for succeeding as a professional, as well as is responsible for housing MBN’s data and records.
Click Here to view the MBN Leadership.
Read the most recent MBN Newsletter.
Questions or interested in getting involved? Contact MBN@muhlenberg.edu