Alumni Volunteer Opportunities: Lead. Engage. Inspire. Volunteer! Alumni volunteerism separates a great University from one that is simply good. You can participate in a wide range of volunteer opportunities across the University; in fact, you may find more than one that interests you and matches your talents. This page describes the many opportunities available. If you would like to volunteer or get more information, please complete the form below checking the boxes for those opportunities that interest you the most. Click "Submit" when completed. A staff member will follow up regarding your area(s) of interest. Thank you for your willingness to get involved. Please contact Megan Borovicka in the Office of Alumni Engagement with any questions at email@example.com or 607-777-6206. Office of Alumni Engagement Alumni Association Board Member Serve in a leadership capacity with the Alumni Association Board of Directors. This 23-member, all-volunteer body actively partners with Alumni Engagement staff to craft and implement a diverse set of programming intended to engage all 140,000+ alumni in the life of the University. As the campus community implements a five-year strategic plan for alumni engagement, board members fulfill key roles in achieving the alumni outreach goals contained within the plan. more... Learn more about the Board of Directors, and nominate someone for a term of service. Nominees who are not selected for the board may have the opportunity to serve on a standing committee. This, too, would be a fine opportunity to support the mission of the Alumni Association. Alumni Career Advice Blogs In coordination with the Office of Alumni Engagement and Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development, write a blog for current students. Alumni Global Days of Service Volunteer Captain Lead alumni in service in your community! Alumni Global Days of Service is held each spring to unite alumni in meaningful and impactful service projects within their communities. more... Captains will manage a service project in their community, coordinate with the service site, communicate with alumni who volunteer to assist with the project, welcome alumni on the day of the event, and document the event. CONNECT Networking Night Volunteer Volunteer to share career advice and insights with students during an Alumni-Student Networking Night (available in New York City, D.C., Boston and Silicon Valley) Mentor Match Share your insight, knowledge and expertise by becoming a mentor within Mentor Match, our University-wide, online mentoring system. Mentees reach out first to initiate communication with mentors. Webinar Presenter The Office of Alumni Engagement is developing a new webinar series featuring opportunities for alumni to connect and learn from industry experts and other alumni. more... Consider sharing your expertise by presenting about a topic that’s timely and would be of interest to your fellow alumni and other members of our University community. You have not selected any opportunities.