Alumni Lifetime Benefits
Enjoy a Wealth of Lifetime Benefits and Resources
Supporting your career and professional development is a top priority for the Capella Alumni Association. As an alum you can benefit from tools and resources for your scholarly and professional endeavors, including:
Alumni Community Boards
Network online through alumni discussions, message boards, or through social media sites such as Capella's Facebook page and LinkedIn group.
You have free access to this large collection of tools and training to help with your job search, career management, networking and much more.
Job Search and Recruiting Tool
Search and apply for jobs posted for Capella learners and alumni on Career Link. Or, if you are hiring at your organization, recruit at Capella by creating an employer account and posting your open positions, free of charge.
With your free access, you can search several databases to support your research in your work or academic growth.
Alumni can apply for a $500 Alumni Development grant to help with the costs of presenting at national or international conferences.
Continuing Education Courses
Capella offers a variety of learning and development courses to help alumni develop and grow according to the needs of their professions.
Attend Capella events to network with people in your area, celebrate with our most recent alumni or lend your time to a good cause.
Many alumni remain dedicated and passionate about Capella long after they graduate. Programs such as our Ambassador Program and Capella Peer Mentoring are a great way to stay involved and help current students succeed.
We created the Inspire Giving program to encourage students and alumni to share your stories and connect Capella to your community. When you do, Inspire Giving points are awarded to support the organizations you care about. Each point represents $1 that Capella will donate to the nonprofit or public school of your choice.
Recent Alumni Success Stories
Lee Babcock, PhD, Organization and Management, was appointed to Technical Managing Director at ACDI/VOCCA. Babcock integrates mobile solutions into ACDI/VOCA's more than 80 multi-year development projects in 39 countries worldwide.
Cornell Lewis, MS, Human Services, is the Executive Director of The Expanding Visions Foundation, which is a rapidly growing mentoring organization in Columbus, Ohio.
Lucianne Brown, PhD, Education, was promoted to Director of Teaching with the Primary Sources program through the Library of Congress at Governors State University. Dr. Brown also volunteers as the President of the International Society of Technology in Education Computing Teachers Special Interest Group.
David Wolgroch, PhD, Psychology, is a Consultant Principal Clinical Psychologist for the National Health Service in London, UK. He also published three books and taught Health Psychology at Birkbeck University in London.
Lisa Scherber, BS, Business, moved from a sales position to a sales operations role at Boston Scientific. Scherber was also elected PTA President for her daughter's school, where she manages an annual budget of $30,000 annually.