Alumni & Friends News

Meet Your New WAA President
Candace Naste '07, '10 is the newly appointed President of the Wentworth Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Alumni Happenings - July 2017
Catch up with some of Wentworth's alumni and submit your own to alumni@wit.edu.
Making Connections at JM Electrical
At electrical contracting company JM Electrical, Wentworth connections start at the very top.
'You don’t forget,' says Alumnus Who Survived Pearl Harbor Attack

It lasted just two hours, 75 years ago today, but the attack on Pearl Harbor has not faded from alumnus Walter Maciejowski’s memory. 

Insurance Discount Offered to Wentworth Alumni
Wentworth alumni are eligible for special rates.
Alumni Happenings - August 2016
Catch up with the latest happenings from Wentworth’s alumni base.
Alumni Happenings - July 2016
Catch up with the latest happenings from Wentworth’s alumni base.
Fundraising Alumnus Vies for ‘Man of the Year’ Honor
Sean O’Connell, BCOT ’06, on Bringing People Together Through Charity
Thank You, 2016 Alumni Golf Tournament Sponsors!
Wentworth would like to thank the numerous sponsors and supporters of the 23rd Annual Alumni Golf Tournament. 
Wentworth Honors Class of 1966
The Class of 1966 celebrated their 50th reunion and was inducted to the Black & Gold Society on April 22-23.
Co-op Work Lands on TV's 'Shark Tank'

For Future Alumnus, Townes Gibson BIND '16, Co-op Led to Success

"There’s no doubt that I was able to help design the cards and be a real part of the team because of the work I’ve done at Wentworth”
In the [Winning] Doghouse
When Jack Leonard, AET ’78, and Andrea Hardy, BSA ’07, learned of a doghouse-building contest to benefit local charities, they jumped at the chance to take part. Read about what they did and how they managed to fetch first place.
'Flipping Boston' Duo Appears on 'Today' Show
Peter Souhleris, BENT ’15, and Wentworth parent Dave Seymour sit with Kathie Lee and Hoda
Designer on Board
Joe Bradford, BIND ’12, isn’t quite ready to give up childhood pastimes.

“Storytelling is a thread that runs through all of product design,” Bradford says. “I get to tell the story of actual characters and emotions through toys.”
Woman of the Year

Councilor Michelle Wu Named Woman of the Year

Michelle Wu was elected to the Boston City Council at age 28, and is the first Asian American woman to serve on the Council. Wu will be honored at Women@Wentworth on March 19.