As alumni of the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, your work changes the world around you. From international business and law to diplomacy, public health, and conflict resolution, Jackson School alumni communities grow every year in every part of the world – we aim to keep those connections strong no matter where in the world you find yourself.
You are an important part of our UW community for life – here are some of the ways you can stay involved with the proud legacy of the Jackson School.
Connect with JSIS
No matter where you find yourself in the world, the Jackson School is online – connect and engage with other alumni and current students through our social media platforms.
Our social media platforms represent a wonderful way to share your ideas, insights, and career advice with the JSIS community at large. Jackson School alumni also have the opportunity to get together with peers through get-togethers and alumni receptions in Seattle and Washington DC.
If you want to sign up for alumni related emails, you can do so here. Remember – you can unsubscribe or change your preferences at any time through the subscription center.
Are you interested in leading a Jackson School alumni sub-chapter in your city? Get in touch with us!
News & Events
Stay in touch with your favorite JSIS faculty, find out the latest developments in Thomson Hall, and learn when the next public lecture or alumni reception is going to be held by checking out our news center.
The Jackson School hosts regular events throughout the year that are open to alumni, and we always look forward to seeing you again. For full information on upcoming events at the Jackson School, view our events calendar.
There’s no better way to rediscover your place in the world!
The Seattle chapter of the Jackson School Alumni Association invites all JSIS alumni to come out after work and join us for our quarterly happy hour. Pub Club is our way for alumni and graduate students to get together socially, relax with friends and network over the latest international issues. For the 2019-2020 academic year, we plan to meet at either the Washington Commons at the UW or at The Mountaineering Club in The Graduate Hotel!
Fall Quarter: October 30, 2019 at 5 p.m. (location to be confirmed)
Our students are always interested in hearing first-hand what our alumni are doing post-graduation, and take real inspiration in hearing about how they got there. We periodically organize discussion panels that showcase JSIS alumni in a variety of industries on campus, and if you think that at some point in the future you’d like to share your wisdom with our students, please let us know!
Alumni Library Access
Becoming a member of the University of Washington Alumni Association has many benefits, not least of which is being able to come back and borrow materials from our world-class libraries. All current members of the UWAA are eligible for free borrowing privileges on a huge variety of media from Suzzallo, Allen, and Odegaard libraries.
From the grand reading room of Suzallo to the cutting edge collaboration spaces of Allen, there’s something for all JSIS alumni in the UW library system. For full information on how to access our library system, please see here.
Give to the Jackson School
Each group of students that graduates from the Jackson School seeks to meet the challenges of their time, and now more than ever, the problems confronting our world today are connected, complicated, and need immediate action.
At the Jackson School, we encourage our students to think critically, analyze the surrounding interdisciplinary issues, and create actionable solutions to today’s global issues. Alumni and friends of the Jackson School community have a tremendous impact on our school’s ability to educate and empower tomorrow’s leaders – we invite you to share our vision and support tomorrow’s global leaders.
If you have a particular cause close to your heart, from supporting the Task Force program to increasing student access to a particular world language, the Jackson School can help you connect that passion to students both today and in the future. To learn more about how you can help, please see here.