Syracuse University

Generation Orange

Welcome to Generation Orange!

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As a Syracuse University graduate from the past 10 years, you’re part of an energetic community of young alumni who are making a difference all over the world. Through your work, volunteer efforts, and day-to-day actions, you’re bringing to life all you learned at SU.

  • Come Back to Campus
    There’s always something happening on campus, including a whole range of sporting events, lectures, and of course, Orange Central–the combination homecoming and reunion event held every fall. Visit alumni.syr.edu to keep up with the latest happenings!

  • Take Advantage of Career Services
    As an SU alum, you’ll always have access to free career guidance from Career Services, whether you’re navigating a transition in your career or dealing with any career setbacks you may face. You’ll get individualized, one-on-one career advice based on your particular circumstances, as well as leads on job listings through OrangeLink, the online database for SU students and alumni.

  • Join Us for 2012 SUccess in the City
    Networking has always been important, but these days, it's crucial.  At SUccess in the City you can network with established alumni, members of local laumni clubs, and other recent SU grads to make valuable career connections. This year there are SUccess in the City events in Philadelphia, Central NY, DC, LA, Boston, NYC, Chicago, San Francisco, and Atlanta.  Information on these events goes out via email, be sure your contact information is up-to-date in the 'Cuse Community.

  • Join Your Regional Alumni Club
    More than likely there’s an alumni club in your area that sponsors faculty speakers, career networking events, game-watching activities, evenings at the theater, and more. Check for a national or international alumni club near you, as well as our list of specialty clubs.

  • Check Out 'CuseConnect
    'CuseConnect offers you career advice from alumni who love SU as much as you do. Through facilitated discussions, as well as personal connections, students and alumni will easily be able to interact in this community. For more information contact Kim Brown '06, Alumni Program Coordinator in Career Services, kmbrow04@syr.edu or follow Kim on Twitter: @kimincuse.

  • Join the ’Cuse Community
    The ’Cuse Community is the original SU social network. Exclusively for Syracuse alums, your free membership enables you to receive invites to alumni events in your area, get e-mail alerts when new issues of Syracuse University Magazine are posted online, search for college friends, submit class notes and more.

  • Join our Facebook Group and the official SU Alumni LinkedIn Group


  • Follow Syracuse University on Social Media
    You can follow SU on all the major social networks and media sites. You’ll stay up to date and have the chance to connect with other alumni. Follow the links below and go to News 2.0 for a complete list of SU social media and multimedia platforms.

Make an Impact: Give Back

 


Giving

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People give to Syracuse University for many reasons. But regardless of the reason, at the heart of each gift is the desire to make a difference—to provide the SU community with the means to change lives, communities, and the world for the better.
Learn more
View our 2010-11 Report of Donors

Alumni Photos

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View photos from Alumni regional and club events.

Alumni Photo Gallery

The Generation Orange Committee

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Muss Akram '10
Marissa Broe '09
Kim Brown '06
Sarah Ross Cappella G'05
Clarence Cross III '07, G'10
Lauren D'Angelo '08
Rebecca Daniels '07, G'11
Laura DeJoseph '09
Anne Driscoll '06
Darren Goldberg '10
Laura Brientnall Holland '06
Katie Hudson '10
Nick Huertas '08
Binh Huynh '06
Courtney Jones '07, G'11
Helene Kahn '10
Dan Klamm '08
Brandon Matthieu '07, G'09
Nate Mattise '08
Gerard McTigue '11
Brian Spendley '09
Mark Urquhart '08
Eric Valentin '05, G'11
Jessica Gardner Vedder '02
Julie Walas '07
Dave Wishart '07

SU Alumni Association Board of Directors
Generation Orange Committee

Laurie Bean Taishoff '84
Alyssa Brennan '14
Sam Clarvit '10
Laura Brientnall Holland '06
Helene Kahn '10
Kristen Krikorian '99
Danielle Matfess '13
Sara Flaum Ressler '07
Cristina Swift, Alumni Relations representative