Fulbright alumni have achieved distinction in government, science, the arts, business, philanthropy, education, and athletics.
Since its inception in 1946, more than 390,000 Fulbrighters have joined the Fulbright Program’s diverse and dynamic network of students, scholars, artists, teachers, and professionals. Well beyond the completion of their grants, this vast and talented alumni network continues to foster mutual understanding between the United States and partner nations, share knowledge across communities, and collaborate on projects that improve lives around the world.
Becoming a Fulbrighter means entering into a diverse community of accomplished individuals. There are many ways to stay involved, including reaching out to home communities, participating in Fulbright alumni associations, networking with other Fulbrighters, and becoming a Fulbright Alumni Ambassador. Whether it is for career development and possibilities, new grant opportunities, travel advice, or post-grant activities, Fulbrighters are always ready to help each other.
Fulbright Alumni Groups
The Fulbright Association is a private, non-profit organization founded by U.S. Fulbright alumni in 1977. It is one of approximately 65 national Fulbright Alumni associations worldwide . The organization facilitates relationships among former Fulbright grantees and provides hospitality and enrichment activities for visiting Fulbright students, scholars and teachers during their stay in the United States. Currently the membership includes nearly 10,000 alumni and friends of the Fulbright Program. Membership is open to former Fulbright grantees, as well as those who support the ideals of the Fulbright Program, but are not grantees themselves.
Fulbrighter is the free, exclusive online networking platform where you can connect, network, engage and collaborate with the global community of current Fulbrighters and program alumni. Sign up today to connect with other Fulbrighters and to introduce or find collaborative projects: https://fulbrighternetwork.com.