We love to brag about our young alumni when we learn that they are doing great things! If you graduated from Mason Korea or from our US campus 10 years ago, you count as a young alumnus(a)! Please keep us posted on what you’re up to.
We hope you’ll stay in touch to inspire our students and create life-long connections with your peers and the MK community!
Congratulations on your recent graduation, and welcome to the community of over 225,000 Mason alumni! Your relationship with Mason doesn’t end when you graduate. Staying engaged with our alumni community will benefit you in your life and your career.
We are here to help you keep and enhance those connections wherever you end up. Whether you’re looking to connect and collaborate with alumni, seeking career advice from a fellow alum, wanting to attend in-person or virtual GMU Alumni Association events, we’re here to help make life-long connections for you!
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Mason Korea is your partner throughout your education and career. In conjunction with the Career Development Center, the Alumni Association’s Korea Chapter can help connect you with the resources you need to succeed in today’s highly competitive job market. https://masonkorea.gmu.edu/career-services/from-the-director
Gue Yong Lee (Accounting, ’20), a Mason Korea alum and Advisory Board member, began his graduate program at the Thunderbird School of Global Management this year, where he is now serving as Director of Communication at the Career Management Center.
Ha Eun Choi graduated last summer with a BA in Global Affairs and a minor in International Security. Having entered Mason Korea with limited English proficiency and zero study abroad experience, she graduated with honors and landed an official UN internship.
Haseung "Madeline" Joung graduated in Fall 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in Global Affairs with a concentration in Global Governance and a minor in Journalism. Despite graduating with the Class of 2020, also known as the “COVID class,” Joung quickly landed a job in media and communications under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.