Frequently Asked Questions
All graduates of Wharton degree programs are welcome to join the Wharton Club in their region or affinity. In addition, many clubs welcome Wharton students, graduates of other Penn programs, graduates of other schools and universities, and/or members of the local business community. Visit the Membership section for specific details about your club.
Becoming a club member offers many additional benefits. To join, visit the Membership section and choose a membership option that is best for you. If you don't see one, contact the club directly.
Subscribing to your club’s email communications is the best way to stay informed about upcoming events. To confirm or update your communication preferences, sign in and click “Edit my settings.”
To sign in, click on the Login link at either the top or bottom of the page. Penn and Wharton alumni: sign in with your PennKey information. To retrieve your login information, click here. Non-alumni: follow the instructions on the login page to sign in or create an account with your email address.
Click the RSVP link for any event you would like to attend. Important: be sure to sign in first to make sure your RSVP is associated with the correct account.
There are many ways to engage with your local Wharton Club in addition to attending events! To learn about volunteer activities, reach out to your club administrator.
You can update your address and contact preferences on your School profile at any time by signing in to MyPenn (previously WhartonConnect). If you don't know your PennKey username and/or password, please reach out to Wharton Alumni Relations. To find a club in your new area, visit our Wharton Club Directory.
You can update your contact preferences at any time by signing in and clicking on “Edit my settings.”
To learn more about the 76+ clubs in the Wharton Club Network, visit our Wharton Club Directory.
To search for alumni in your area or industry, visit MyPenn (previousy WhartonConnect) Alumni Directory, to search for alumni by name, company, class year, city, and more. In addition, if you are an alumni member of your local club, you can login on their website to use their local searchable directory.
There are many ways to stay connected to the Wharton alumni network. To learn about ways to become involved, click here.
Wharton MBA Career Management has created a guide for employers seeking to hire Wharton MBA students and alumni. Click here to access the guide and contact Career Management staff. Click here to post a job opportunity for Wharton MBA students and alumni.
Penn Career Services is the resource for hiring and recruiting Wharton undergraduate students and alumni, and students and graduates of all Penn programs. Click here to learn more about recruiting. Click here to post a job opportunity for all Penn students and alumni, including Wharton undergraduate students and alumni.