The Young Alumni Council is organized as a part of the FIU Alumni Association and is comprised of outstanding young graduates that have a special vision for FIU and their peers. With more than 70,000 alumni ages 35 and younger, the Young Alumni Council is the focused voice of FIU graduates in the community. Officers are committed to providing career, networking, leadership and philanthropy opportunities for their fellow young alumni in order to showcase, mentor, and promote the exceptional graduates that FIU produces.
posted March 29, 2017
Alumna Ana Cristina Cash ’10 released her new album, “The Tough Love EP,” this month, recorded at the historic Cash Cabin Studio. A Miami native, Cash (née Alvarez) began her singing career at age 6 and grew up performing on Univision’s Spanish-language variety show “Sábado Gigante.” The daughter of an engineer and a stay-at-home mom […]Read More...
Join us for the 3rd Annual Young Alumni Pub Crawl benefiting FIU Graduate Student Scholarships. Spend your Saturday afternoon enjoying the best bars in Mary Brickell Village with fellow alumni while supporting a great cause.
Grab a friend and meet us at Baru as we get the crawl started!
Tickets will increase to $25 after June 9.
The price includes: 3 drink tickets, light appetizers, an exclusive t-shirt and cup.
posted Jan 25, 2017
FIU is proud to announce an exclusive offer for FIU alumni! Save 20% on each ticket for: Barilla’s Italian Bites on the Beach sponsored by HCP Media and the Miami Herald Media Company hosted by Valerie Bertinelli & Alex Guarnaschelli on Thursday, February 23, 2017, 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Goya Foods’ Grand Tasting Village […]Read More...
posted Jul 13, 2016
Donor Spotlight Thomas Schroeder ’11 Product & Strategy Lead – Financials, Aon Hewitt What do you love most about FIU and your involvement here? I love being able to serve on the Young Alumni Council, helping recent graduates find their place in the professional world and helping prepare future graduates with some of the […]Read More...
Hiram Hernandez ’03