Try to find an alumni community more loyal than Fordham's.
It won’t be easy.
Fordham graduates have an uncommonly strong belief in the power of a Fordham education. They know how much that education has helped them in their own careers. They know how well it prepares students for full-time jobs and success in life.
All of which makes them powerfully inclined to devote their time to helping current Gabelli students find internships and jobs.
Our alumni are well positioned to help, too. The Fordham contingents at both Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase in New York are large enough that these companies have internal Fordham get-togethers. Among Fordham graduates are managing directors at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch and executive vice presidents at Tiffany & Co., Thomson Reuters and Cohen and Steers. Many alumni have started their own companies, succeeding in business realms from financial management to sustainable energy.
Alumni connect not only with current students but also with one another, through an extensive program of online and in-person networking. Fordham graduates are Rams for life — and let no one doubt the strength of the university’s alumni community.