Former regular, direct employee
or defined termination date?
If so, you are eligible to join the HPAA. If not, you are invited to join our employee-and-alumni
networking group on LinkedIn.
If you were employed by a company acquired by
Hewlett-Packard, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, or HP Inc. – such as
Compaq, DEC, or EDS – and left before the acquisition was
completed, the HPAA would not be useful to you. Instead,
check our directory of the many independent
for companies acquired by HP.
If you were employed by a company that was spun off from
Hewlett-Packard, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, or HP Inc. – such as Agilent, Keysight, Philips Medical, or VeriFone
– and joined that company after the spinoff, you would not find HPAA
useful. Instead, see our list of
independent groups for companies that were spun off from HP.
Sorry, but contractors, co-op students, interns, and employees of resellers, distributors, and joint-venture companies do not qualify for membership.
No charge to join -- thanks to HPAA's
The Hewlett-Packard Alumni Association is an independent
volunteer organization operated by former employees
who volunteer their time; not officially endorsed or
To join, please send us a note from the personal
email account that you will use for your membership. We do not
accept applications from an HP-related company email address -- i.e.
@hp.com, @hpe.com, @dxc.com, @microfocus.com, etc. This avoids HPAA
emails being inadvertently discarded by a company firewall -- and
you will lose
that address if you leave the company. (If you don't already have a
personal email account, you can get a free Internet email
account in a few minutes.
How to set up a professional email account.)
Please select a single email address to use for all dealings with HPAA. We use your email
address, not your name, to identify you for the various HPAA services. (With more than
27,000 members, we have many duplicate names.) An email account that sends
challenge replies to incoming emails
does not work for HPAA.
HPAA email: email@example.com
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