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Alumnus Bill Fisse, B.B.A. ’75, M.B.A. ’77, with University of Miami students Louis Shaw, Richard Bosco, Bridget Scanlon, and Cory Levy during Citi's on-campus recruitment event in February 2020.

Over 200 ’Canes have been offered jobs and internships through the Citi ’Canes program, which also provides learning opportunities and strengthens the bond between alumni who work at Citi.

Former University of Miami Veteran Student Organization President Derek Auguste, B.A. ’20, finds healing through service.

Former University of Miami Veteran Student Organization President Derek Auguste, B.A. ’20, finds healing through service.

David Mullings, B.S. ’00, M.B.A. ’03

Alumnus and entrepreneur David Mullings, B.S. ’00, M.B.A. ’03, invests in giving back.

Veterans have long played a significant role in shaping the University of Miami. With only 1,923 students in 1945, the University more than tripled its enrollment to 6,902 the following year as returning servicemen filled classrooms.

Tải game bài say69Meet some of our U alumni who have served their country and made an impact both during and after their time in the military.

Alumnus Bill Fisse, B.B.A. ’75, M.B.A. ’77, with University of Miami students Louis Shaw, Richard Bosco, Bridget Scanlon, and Cory Levy during Citi's on-campus recruitment event in February 2020.

Over 200 ’Canes have been offered jobs and internships through the Citi ’Canes program, which also provides learning opportunities and strengthens the bond between alumni who work at Citi.

Former University of Miami Veteran Student Organization President Derek Auguste, B.A. ’20, finds healing through service.

Alumnus and entrepreneur David Mullings, B.S. ’00, M.B.A. ’03, invests in giving back.

Tải game bài say69Meet some of our U alumni who have served their country and made an impact both during and after their time in the military.