Alumni play an important role in our health care community. HBS provides a number of ways for you to get involved—from attending presentations and conferences to meeting and hiring students.
Founded in 1999 by HBS alumni, the Association helps strengthen the alumni health care network around the world. Alumni connect, interact, and exchange ideas in order to advance their professional development and ongoing learning.
The annual HBS Health Care Alumni Association Conference convenes seminal leaders in a collegial forum. This three-day event—held exclusively for the HBS community—attracts nearly 300 attendees.
To learn more about the Association and its annual conference, visit www.hbshealth.org.
As an HBS graduate, you know our students are equipped with the skills to tackle critical business challenges. If you're looking for a full time position, a summer intern or if you're interested in hosting an independent study team, visit the MBA Recruiting site. Take advantage of a wide range of recruiting tools and activities through the MBA Career & Professional Development office.
Alumni working in health care are needed to be mentors in our Health Care Student-Alumni Mentor Program. Through this important program, you can give back to HBS and share your expertise with students as they navigate the health care industry and make important life decisions. We continue to hear how rewarding the program is for alumni and students alike. Being a mentor requires only a small amount of your time—but makes a big difference in a student’s life. Click here to sign up as a mentor.
The Health Care Initiative sends a quarterly update on health care at HBS to interested alumni. To receive this information, please make sure your alumni profile is up to date at www.alumni.hbs.edu or send an email to Cara Sterling.
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The Blavatnik Fellowship in Life Science Entrepreneurship provides a select group of Harvard Business School MBA alumni with the opportunity to work with Harvard inventors to promote the commercialization of life science technologies with significant market potential. The Blavatnik Fellows will have the opportunity to review and select projects from the broad portfolio of Harvard University sponsored innovations including projects that have already secured funding from the Blavatnik Biomedical Accelerator.
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Health care is sophisticated and complex, yet also very personal because it affects every one of us.”
Re: Yuji Yamamoto (MBA 2007)
United States Japanese Embassy
Members in the HBS Health Care Alumni Association
alumni-student pairs were matched as part of the health care mentor program in 2013.
alumni active in health care
graduates each year accept jobs in health care
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