Welcome to the MSFS Alumni Portal!
More than 3,000 MSFS alumni are working in businesses, governments and non-profit organizations throughout the world. They retain a strong identity with the MSFS Program and a commitment to working with and for one another.
MSFS alumni regularly devote time, effort and financial support to every aspect of the MSFS Program. They help recruit and select new students. They come to campus to share their knowledge and experience with current MSFS students and serving as examiners on the MSFS Final Oral Exams. MSFS alumni are also the main attraction of the annual MSFS New York City trip. Some even teach workshops and courses.
Connect with MSFS
- Login to the MSFS Alumni Directory using your Georgetown NetID (if you need help retrieving your NetID click here).
- Georgetown University Faculty/Staff Directory
- E-news archive - Let us know if you'd like to receive the E-news via email
- Follow MSFS on Facebook and Twitter
- Read about the newly created MSFS Advisory Board - next meeting Thursday, May 30, 2013
- Georgetown University School of Foreign Service Resources
- Georgetown University Events
- MSFS Transcript Request
- Georgetown Alumni Website
- Georgetown Alumni Career Services
Get Involved with MSFS
- Donate to MSFS - As you think about how your MSFS degree has shaped your career, opened professional doors, encouraged lifelong friendships, please consider contributing to MSFS. No donation is too small: Visit the above link, select "Other" and in the "Special Designation" section write: MSFS Maria Pinto Carland Scholarship
- Get involved with current MSFS students through this form
- Advertise a job/internship to MSFS students
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- MSFS Lunch with the Director Program Commences
- MSFS begins the Lunch with the Director Program
- MSFS Students Prepare for Oral Examinations
- While the first year MSFS students made their final decisions on their concentration choices earlier in the week, second years across all concentrations gathered on November 3rd to discuss Oral Examinations.