Alumni Resource Center (ARC) Access Request


Please complete the form below to request access to the Alumni Resource Center (ARC) a U.S. citizen ExchangeAlumni career development hub. Please allow 7-10 business days for access to the center as we verify your ExchangeAlumni status.  

If you have any questions, contact
Contact Information

Personal email (no university/college email please)

Exchange Program Information 

I.e. Fulbright ETA Program, Gillman, etc.

*New* Virtual Programming Options
Once you access the resource center, you can enroll in 2 courses: the "Exchanges on the Move: Unleashing the Power of Transferable Skills" course and the "Applying for CDAF" course. A downloadable PDF of the "Networking Booklet" will also be available to all learners.

*New Course*: Seize the Advantage: Understanding Non-Competitive Eligibility (NCE)

Course Description: Non-Competitive Eligibility (NCE) is a special hiring authority that allows U.S. ExchangeAlumni of specific U.S. government-funded exchange programs to apply to federal positions without competing with the general public. U.S. ExchangeAlumni of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, Critical Language Scholarship, David L. Boren Awards, and Peace Corps have the opportunity to utilize NCE to apply for federal jobs. Throughout this course, you will learn more about NCE and how you can leverage this unique opportunity to apply for federal jobs. While not all ExchangeAlumni programs are eligible, alumni are encouraged to take this course. 
  • Registration Period Ends: Monday, July 8
  • Course Begins: Wednesday, July 10
  • Course Deadline: Wednesday, August 7