Get Involved


Get Involved



There are a number of ways to stay involved:

1. Update your contact information on MyPenn or send an email to

2. Become a volunteer! Class Reunion Committee for the Wharton MBA Classes of 1973 and 1978 or a Class Correspondent for the Wharton Magazine

3. Share your 2022 Crandall Challenge Submission story. You may be our next Crandall Challenge Citation recipient!

4. Complete the WGES Survey to help us create meaningful WGES alumni programming

5. Are you a docent or do you have inside access to a museum or another special and interesting site? Let us know and we may be able to partner for an “Experience Penn” event.  “Experience Penn” is an exclusive, off-campus, educational opportunity that brings alumni together with faculty to learn through shared, often behind-the-scenes experiences.

6. Attend or host an event in your region

7. Come to Wharton MBA Reunion Weekend on May 13-14, 2022

8. Get to know the resources exclusive to Wharton alumni

9. Connect with fellow Emeritus members through our WGES Facebook page (contact Rick Perkins, WG’70, at

10. Participate in the Wharton Club Network

11. Join Wharton LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube

12. Give to The Wharton Fund

Talk To Us

Share your recent photographs and stories with your classmates.

Connect With Us

The Wharton Graduate Emeritus Society has group pages on both LinkedIn and Facebook. The purpose of these groups is to bring you current information about the School, and its students, faculty and curriculum, to bring you information on what the world is saying about Wharton, and to provide you with other information of interest to WGES members.

If you are a member of LinkedIn or Facebook you can search for “Wharton Graduate Emeritus Society” and ask to become a member of one of these groups. You could also email Rick Perkins at and he will invite you to become a member of one of the groups.

Sign up now, for the below social media pages that have special content just for WGES members.

Wharton Magazine

Wharton Magazine serves as an essential connection between the School and its alumni population of more than 100,000 living graduates, with stories about the people and ideas who define the global Wharton community.

Pennsylvania Gazette

The Pennsylvania Gazette is the University of Pennsylvania’s alumni magazine. The magazine presents thought-provoking articles and information about the University campus along with alumni notes and comment.

Wharton Alumni Site

Wharton offers many ways to connect and engage with the School and fellow alumni. In just a few minutes, hours, or days, you can get involved!

Penn Alumni Site

The new alumni community has all of the great benefits of QuakerNet plus so much more! Log In to MyPenn. Connect with Penn Alumni. Stay in touch with your class.

Update Your MyPenn Profile

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