Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

The La Follette School would like to hear from alumni and friends, to share their news, and to connect alumni with students who seek jobs, internships and career information. La Follette School students combine their courses, internships, and workshops to meet the challenges of a competitive employment market. New graduates everywhere benefit from a network of helpful alumni.

Alumni Network

Many La Follette School graduates help students with their careers. Being part of the Alumni Network entails responding to student inquiries regarding the kind of work you do and possibilities for employment. Interested alumni should complete the form below.

Share Your Achievements with La Follette Alumni and Friends

Alumni and friends can share their news about jobs, family, and achievements with each other and with faculty, staff, and students at the La Follette Schools. Please use the form below to submit your news in an online story and in La Follette Notes, the newsletter the school publishes twice a year.

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If you news for the alumni newsletter, La Follette Notes, that you want to share with alumni and friends of the school, describe your achievement, honor, milestone, publication etc. Be sure to fully identify organizations, institutions, publishers, etc. This information may be used on the La Follette School web site or in printed publications. Questions can be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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