Becoming an alumnus of the Warrington College of Business isn’t just about finishing school or getting a job. Graduating from Warrington is about the network it provides for the rest of your life. You’ll always remember where you came from – where you learned the foundation of your skills and where you’ll always be welcomed.
Becoming a Business Gator sets you apart. It gives you access to a network of 65,000+ Warrington College of Business graduates and 400,000+ UF graduates around the world.
This community connects you to Business Gators across the world, providing constant reinforcement and a determination to hold up your end of the bargain. The network is always growing in size and impact. It’s thriving, constantly evolving and innovating to put the footprint of The Gator Nation on the world.
The MSF program provides so many great opportunities and valuable relationships. I can honestly say graduates and friends of the program supported me throughout every step of my career kickoff. Senior Florida alumni have consistently been indispensable sounding boards and guides. Whenever I’ve faced a stressful decision, they have taken time out of their day to help me. Prior to starting my internship in 2012, younger MSF alumni and my fellow classmates were great resources for starting my career off on the right foot, recruiting, and performing at a high level. From explaining simple aspects of the investment process as an intern to pursuing a full-time role on the buy side, MSF alumni have always been happy to help. The people I met through the program aren’t just career support either – they’re great friends. Peter, Kyle, Ian, Bhavik, Desi, Jon, Ryan, and I all play in a flag football league together every Saturday.
How You Can Participate
MSF program alumni are impacting employees in industries across the world. Program graduates return to campus to participate in speaker series and engage with current students. To find out what opportunities are available for alumni visit our alumni homepage or learn how you can recruit or partner with Warrington. You can also contact program director David Brown or Kelly Herring.