Connecting with the Aggie NetworkAt Texas A&M, we pride ourselves on our strong sense of community and shared values, both during our time as students and as alumni. The Texas A&M Career Center and The Association of Former Students have partnered to provide extensive resources and tools to help students and alumni kick-start, adjust, and enhance their careers. The Century Club of The Association of Former Students provides annual funding support to the Career Center to provide resources to both current and former students.
If you're looking to connect with former students in the Aggie Network, our step-by-step guide offers valuable advice on resources and strategies to help you identify and connect with industry contacts effectively. While we encourage you to connect with Aggies, we also ask that you respect this valuable resource. Former students have primary work responsibilities to their employers and customers, and we ask that you keep this in mind when reaching out.
Former students often have a unique bond through shared experiences and values, which can be a valuable asset in business. However, it's important to note that earning a degree or an Aggie Ring doesn't guarantee a job offer or interview. It's up to each prospect to connect and engage potential hiring managers in a way that demonstrates alignment with the organization's needs and team culture.
Find An Aggie
"Find an Aggie" is an online directory of known current students, former students, and friends of Texas A&M and is provided to help maintain and strengthen our Aggie Network.
Former Student ProgramsOur Programs link at Aggienetwork.com is a great resource for finding contacts with local A&M Clubs, Class Pages, or Constituent Groups of interest. If you're planning on moving to a new city, connect with Aggies in that area for local perspectives and insights.
Active participation within the network through Clubs, Class Activities, and Constituent Networks has provided advantages for securing opportunities. Participation in these organizations offers a chance to demonstrate your knowledge, skills, and potential as a teammate. This is especially crucial in today's job market, where many jobs of the future have not yet been created.
Additional Networking Groups
Connecting with your local A&M Club can be a great way to expand your network. With over 125 A&M Clubs worldwide, Houston, Dallas, and Austin have Aggie networking groups that can support your efforts. If you're looking to make a favorable impression with most former students, staying current with the Aggie sports page is a great way to start. Additionally, consider connecting with our networking groups: