Use the Directory to find Booth alumni at a specific company or within a geographic location. While the contact information
and alumni details (such as cohort, club activities, etc.) can be incredibly useful for networking, cross-reference current job
titles with LinkedIn or another directory for the most accurate information.
View past and present job postings targeting Booth students and alumni. Use the Advanced Search to filter job postings by
organization industry, function, keyword, job location, etc. Read through job descriptions related to the function or industry you
are targeting to review to understand the day-to-day responsibilities and skills and experiences necessary for specific roles.
View historical postings in addition to current openings to broaden the pool of results you survey.
GTS → Job Postings → Advanced Search. From the results screen, the Show button gives you the option to view
LinkedIn Alumni Tool
Search for Booth students and alumni by where they live and where they work, and use the keyword search to find profiles that
mention consulting or other keywords specific to your search.
LinkedIn profile → Connections → Find Alumni OR LinkedIn.com/alumni. Use the keyword search to screen for products
or markets of interest and select consulting in the What they do column. Use the Attended dropdown to expand out to all
years and click on Include people with no dates to expand the pool of alumni you’re searching in. You can also use
the Change school dropdown to search for alumni of other institutions you have attended. To broaden your search, try
LinkedIn Advanced Search to find all contacts at an organization, industry, or geography. Unfortunately, there’s no export
University of Chicago Alumni Directory
The Alumni Directory has more than 15,000 alumni from the University of Chicago. From the search page (the default after
authenticating), search by employer, keywords, geography, and alumni name, among other criteria.