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Find Bruins Where You Live

Are you interested in networking with other UCLA professionals, mentoring, volunteering or casually hanging out with people who understand your habit of breaking into spontaneous 8-claps? Now is the time to discover opportunities for meaningful business and social interactions by connecting with fellow Bruins.

The UCLA family tree has branches that extend all around the world. Whether you live in Bakersfield, Boston, Barcelona, or Bolivia there are UCLA alumni near you. Bruins who share not only the experience of studying in Powell Library and cheering in Pauley Pavilion, but finding inspiration from a favorite professor and aspiration for a preferred future as a UCLA student.

Whatever your interests may be there are Bruins near you who like the same things.

Be a Bruin … 

Activist
  • Get involved in your local alumni network, or
  • Get the ball rolling in your area by becoming a regional contact
Enthusiast
  • Discover culinary treasures while dining with Bruins
  • Gather for book clubs, concerts, hiking, intramural sports…
  • Attend professional and social networking mixers
Mentor
  • Give back to UCLA, students and recent graduates
  • Share your experience, feedback and wisdom
  • Help guide careers and open doors
  • Successful mentorships can also take place by phone, email and Skype
Sports Fan
  • Cheer for UCLA with fellow Bruins at television watch parties
  • Attend sporting events in your area with other UCLA alumni
Volunteer
  • Host or attend a Dinner for 12 Strangers
  • Recruit prospective students from your area
  • Welcome incoming UCLA students at a local New Student Send-Off
  • Read scholarship applications and interview students
  • Arrange a UCLA Day of Service in your community
  • Send a letter to US troops

Join an established or informal alumni network in your area. If there isn’t an alumni network in your area, sign up to be a Bruin contact and help unite local alumni.

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