Alumni

Class of 2000

Why Stay Connected?

At such a busy time in our lives, why make the time to stay connected to our Alma Mater?  Just ask anyone who does. They will tell you that they have access to a  great career network.  NJIT alumni know their fellow graduates are well trained, so when they are looking to hire, this is the first place they look.

Alumni who stay in touch with NJIT meet others who share their memories and their experiences.  They make new friends, and bump into old ones. They belong to a community in a time when communities are sometimes hard to come by.  In addition to educational and career-related events, the Alumni Association offers social events, including family friendly ones.

You have an opportunity to be connected no matter where you live.  There are currently twelve Regional Clubs in eight states around the country, not including the Young Alumni Club in New Jersey.  To learn more about alumni regional clubs and programs, go to www.njit.edu/alumni.  If there is no group in your area and you would like to start one, send an email to alumni@njit.edu.

Two more important things: 

Increasingly, our invitations and announcements go by email, so please make sure we always have your latest email address.  Just send it to the alumni address above.

What class do you belong to really?  Some classmates have said that they feel more connected to a class different from their “official” one, usually because they   graduated a  semester or two later than the friends they were at school with.  If you feel that way, please send your “preferred” class affiliation to alumni@njit.edu.

Read some stories about Class of 2000 students from NJIT's Features site

February 9, 2011
If you want to learn how to build a car, or even a plane, NJIT has just the club for you: the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).SAE offers students a chance to build a Baja car, a Formula car... read more!
May 5, 2008
Haila Hudson (1988) is a pioneer in the fields of construction and professional engineering. She was one of the first women in New Jersey to become a licensed electrician, and one of the first... read more!