Loyola continues to be among the best parts of your life long after. Here’s how.
"I got my last 2 jobs, and 4 big sales deals, through the Loyola network. I have paid it forward, too."- Ravindra Kakollu (2003), Godrej Boyce
One of the great positives about graduating from the 35-year-old Loyola Academy with 1,200 new pass-outs each year is being part of an exceptionally large and powerful alumni network
Loyola’s alumni straddle all spheres of activity - management, government, journalism, arts, sports, academics - and form a remarkably influential network. A few statistics:
Dedicated support for Alma Mater
They are always ready to help
Well placed with 10+ years of experience
Regular interactions across the country
Loyola’s efforts at keeping track of all alumni have made our alumni chapter one of the largest anywhere.
It’s not, however, just how big the Loyola alumni chapter is that is notable - it is how active and vibrant it is. Our alumni are constantly interacting with others, and there are several events and meetups.
Thanks to Loyola’s use of the best technology to help its alumni engage with each other and stay in touch, our old boys and girls
find it extremely easy and rewarding to stay together. And get a lot of things done.
Here are just a few characteristics of the Loyola alumni network:
If you are a Loyola alumnus, signing up for the Loyola alumni network is a 2-minute process. Just click here (Loyola uses the 100pins.com community platform for its alumni network). Once in, there’s a whole host of things you can do:
See rich profiles of Loyola pass-outs - with photos, career graphs and more!
In a click of a button you can send an email to anyone here.
Our powerful alumni can help others find jobs in some of the biggest and hottest companies.
Got a project that needs a few extra hands? Just post a message to, like, everyone!
Want to meet up and do stuff? Propose and plan targeted events in a few clicks.
Our incredible technology allows you to create targeted threads, and do it all straight from your email.
Know someone who is missing out? Inviting them is very simple.
A massive community means there's someone for just anything.