The Top 10 Best Alumni Networksby Community Admin in Corporate Alumni | Last Edited: 08th May 2019
When choosing a company to work for, employees are starting to place a priority on which potential employers have the best alumni networks. Why? Employees recognize that their careers will include a number of employers and as such want to choose the one that will provide advancement throughout the course of their career – a corporate alumni network is a tremendous reflection of a companies intention to have a long-term relationship with their employees, even after they leave.
Where an employee chooses to work becomes more than only a place to garner some new skills and a paycheck, it is also a place to build a foundation for their career. The primary reason the best Alumni networks succeed is the importance they place on alumni programming to drive continued career services to ex-employees. For many organizations, how they manage their Alumni is now part of a companies total workforce strategy.
In compiling a list of the 10 best alumni networks, a number of factors were considered. The volume of recruits that return to the organization is a great reflection of the culture but that alone does not give the full picture. In addition, we used social engagement on sites such as LinkedIn, glass door reviews and not only the volume of their Alumni population but also the proportion of the base included in senior positions.
In addition, we spoke to a number of individual Alumni and Employees of various organizations that took part in our surveys to identify what drives alumni engagement: 2017 State Of Corporate Alumni Survey. and our
Top 10 Corporate Alumni Networks
- P&G Alumni
- McKinsey Alumni
- Accenture Alumni
- Citi Alumni
- HSBC Alumni
- Nielsen Alumni
- Nestle Alumni
- Pearson Alumni
- Google Alumni (unofficial)
- Lufthansa Alumni
The Best Alumni Networks Detail
The P&G Alumni Network is a nonprofit organization founded by alumni to help former P&G employees stay connected. The current network includes 50,000 former P&G employees and is regarding as one of the founding corporate alumni networks that have now become commonplace. SITE
McKinsey Alumni Center
The McKinsey Alumni Center Website, the firm’s official platform to help our global network of former consultants remain engaged with the firm, our knowledge, and each other. Our alumni number more than 30,000 and work in leadership roles across the private, public and social sectors. They live and work in 125 countries around the world, with nearly 20,000 outside North America. Membership in this dynamic network is a lasting benefit of a McKinsey career. SITE
Accenture Alumni Network
The Accenture Alumni Network exemplifies this commitment to enduring relationships, with an extensive global membership of former Accenture employees and growing every day. Launched in 2001, this thriving alumni community has recently been reinvigorated with an enhanced program coupled with executive-level sponsorship, further demonstrating the company’s commitment to support this invaluable group of Accenture people. SITE
Citi’s extensive global presence is unmatched among financial institutions. Our rich heritage spans over 200 years, and each of Citi’s alumni have contributed to this long and successful history. Wherever your career may have taken you, the Citi Alumni Network provides you with an opportunity to reconnect with Citi or to strengthen existing connections with your current and former colleagues. We look forward to building long-term relationships with all of our alumni!
HSBC Alumni launched in December 2017, members are invited to share their ideas for building the network. The site will share the latest HSBC news and events to help current and former colleagues get a fresh perspective or just catch up with friends. We know that many alumni would consider returning to work at HSBC, so they’ll also have access to our permanent job postings. SITE
Through our Nielsen Alumni Network, we welcome the opportunity to connect, share, and hear from our thousands of alumni, many of whom are leading and driving success for a wide variety of companies around the world.
We’re excited to bring together this global community to connect on industry topics and the many opportunities to learn and grow. Welcome back! SITE
We at Nestlé, 323,000 men and women, are focused on executing swiftly, effectively and efficiently behind a strategic roadmap to bring great tasting, nutritionally superior food, beverages and services to consumers at all stages of life, everywhere in the world. This is the foundation of our promise ‘Nestlé, Good Food, Good Life’ SITE
Welcome to the Pearson Alumni Network. We all know the power of networks in this digital economy. Connections make us stronger and give us the ability to see the world through the unique perspectives of our connected peers. SITE
We are a group of Google alumni and current Googlers who have come together to help each other advance our ambitions in the startup ecosystem. The Xoogler.co community consists of startup founders, early team members, angel investors, VCs, and mentors.
The Xoogler.co community was formed to bring together Google alumni and current Googlers interested in helping ex-Google entrepreneurs. SITE
The Lufthansa Group’s global network is vast and with a total of 120,000 employees from nearly 150 countries around the world, the network that the Lufthansa Group and their employees provide is impressive and wide-reaching. As you move on to the next step in your career, the Lufthansa Alumni Network offers you the ability to reconnect with LH and keep in touch with your friends and former colleagues, all while enjoying exclusive member benefits. Join us now in creating lasting, lifelong relationships. SITE
What Is An Alumni?
The new definition Of Alumni is “An individual who has had a prior formal relationship with an organization of some form (corporate, non-profit, educational).”
The term Alumni is now broadened to include anyone who has had an affiliation of some form with an organization. The term is no longer just used for educational facilities, it now includes those affiliations with organizations (corporate/non-profit). It also no longer has to be someone who used to work full-time for that organization, it has been expanded to include part-time, interns and volunteers.