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The Urban School
of San Francisco
1563 Page Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
415 626 2919


Urban Alumni Career Networking

Urban’s alumni community consists of nearly 2,500 alums living and working throughout the country with a wide variety of professional expertise. If you are just starting out, considering a career change or a move, don’t hesitate to reach out  - we are happy to work with you to connect to Urban alumni professionals in your field of interest. And if you are willing to share your professional experience with our students or your fellow alums, please complete this form or email us!

Urban Alumni LinkedIn Connections

Over 1,000 of our alums are connected to us on LinkedIn. Connect with us and expand your network.

For information about how LinkedIn can be useful to you as you prepare for a job or career change see these helpful tips from alum parent and career coach Ted Congdon (May '13). 

Alum Businesses - Support the Urban Community!

Our school community loves supporting each other - click here to see our list of alum owned businesses and support an Urban grad! We share this list with parents, alumni, faculty and fellow alums at the end of the calendar year.

If would like your business included in our list please email us!

Alumni Lunchtime Speaker Series

Each year, Urban alums come back to campus for casual lunchtime talks where they share stories with our students and answer questions about the unique and often circuitous path they took to get to their current careers. Lunchtime forums are held throughout the year and are arranged in partnership with our Student Alumni Relations Leaders.

October Alumni Career Panels

A precursor to April’s Career Visit Days for Sophomores, alumni panelists representing a broad range of professional industries reflect on their high school experiences and speak to their post-high school journey and how their passions influenced the choices they made along the way. 

April Career Visit Day for Sophomores

First launched in the 2015-16 school year, the purpose of this program is to get sophomores outside of the classroom to explore real world experiences. The visits are arranged by themes and matched with the student's interests and curiosity.  Last year 45 alums hosted student workplace visits. This unique program only possible because of the generosity and spirit of our alumni community! If you are willing to host next spring or this year or in future years, please email us or complete this form.

Research Action Program (RAP!)

RAP is an option for seniors who want to dig deeply to research an area of interest that connects beyond the Urban curriculum and immediate community. Over the twelve week term, students investigate a topic of interest and connect with members of the Bay Area community working around a similar question or set of questions. Serving as a resource for seniors enrolled in the course is a wonderful way for alums inside or outside of the Bay Area to connect with and help our students. If you are willing to serve as a resource for RAP seniors, please complete our career networking form or email us.



2017-18 Alumni Council

Jared Dowell (‘99), President
Andrew Nguyen (‘99), Vice President
Claudia Mercado (‘02), Secretary

Asher King Abramson (‘09)
Gabriella Fracchia Archini (‘95)
Rebeka Barth (‘95)
Albie Brown ('12)
Jesse Brown ('06)
Celine Buehl ('09)
Aidan Coffino (‘08)
Justin Dorham (‘05)
Jacob Hartog (‘07)
Sarah-Maeve Hersh-Boyle (‘05)
Natalie Holland ('02)
Kate Jessup (‘95)
Warren Klein ('04)
Isaac Kurlan ('04)
Erika Lenkert ('85)
Jenny Lorch ('00)
Alyssa Mitchel (‘11)
Emily Volberding Seip (‘05)
Ben Volberding (‘02)

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