Washington D.C. is a hub for some of the most powerful decision-makers in the country—so it makes sense that it also has the second largest Syracuse University alumni base in the world, with nearly 15,000 alumni and counting. Students and graduates of Syracuse’s on-campus and online MBA programs put their skills to work for businesses, nonprofits, and NGOs as well as for the many government offices in the DMV area.
Matt Cavanaugh started his career in a business development rotation program with Lockheed Martin but soon realized he wouldn’t be able to advance further without a higher degree. As a result, he enrolled in MBA@Syracuse and broadened his business skills without having to relocate. Today, Matt works for Innovative Defense Technologies in Arlington, Virginia, a company that serves the Department of Defense in the D.C. metro area.
Syracuse University alumni in the D.C. area can serve as a powerful resource when looking for a new job, seeking professional advice, or building a life in a new city. Business and management graduates will find a like-minded alumni community, with nearly 1,700 Whitman School of Management alumni residing in D.C.
Alumni Club of Washington, D.C.
The Alumni Club of Washington, D.C., frequently hosts events to help alumni maintain and strengthen ties with Syracuse University. The Paul Greenberg House—a four-story building in the Woodley Park neighborhood that was gifted by Paul Greenberg ’65—serves as the SU community’s gathering place in the city, providing a space for classes, recruitment events, seminars, conferences, and meetings.
Students and alumni north of D.C. can also take advantage of the Syracuse Alumni Club of Greater Baltimore, which holds networking and social events for Orange alumni in Baltimore and surrounding areas of Maryland.
The D.C. alumni calendar includes networking and volunteering opportunities as well as educational, social, and sporting events in the area. Many take place at the Greenberg House, but some are hosted at notable buildings in the city, like the National Press Club. Additionally, the Greenberg House hosts an annual speaker series that promotes the University through talks with local leadership.
Learning in D.C.
Syracuse University hosts academic programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive levels throughout the year in Washington, D.C. These programs, which include classes, seminars, and meetings, are held at the Greenberg House and other partnering facilities.
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