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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 and 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 Alicia Hibbard in the Office of Alumni Engagement, with any questions at ahibbard@binghamton.edu or 607-777-6206.

Admissions
Admitted Student E-Mail Outreach Volunteer
Are you interested in sharing your "Binghamton story" with recently admitted students? Your perspective on why a student should attend Binghamton is invaluable in motivating a student to enroll.   more...  
Admitted Student Receptions Volunteer
Join Admission staff as they celebrate and honor admitted students and their families at a reception in your region. Sharing your personal experience helps personalize the event and make it memorable for newly admitted students.
Adopt A High School Volunteer or Ambassador
Connecting with high schools is one of the best ways to assist the Office of Undergraduate Admissions promote Binghamton University. Admissions will send you a packet(s) of information to deliver to high-school counselors in your area.   more...  
College Fair Representative
Assist the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to recruit the best and brightest students from across the country! The office receives too many invitations to college fairs each year for our staff to attend.   more...  
One-On-One Meeting With Admitted Student Volunteer
Inspire the next generation of alumni by meeting with an admitted student and sharing your Binghamton experience over coffee or a light snack. You are not expected to be able to answer specific admission questions; rather, this is an opportunity to tell an admitted student why Binghamton was the right choice for you, how it influenced your life after graduation and why it could be the right fit for them as well.
Open House Volunteer
Assist the undergraduate admissions team, faculty and staff and they welcome prospective students Open Houses. Volunteers are needed to welcome guests as they arrive; guide guests to the check-in table; answer questions about the day’s agenda; and engage in conversations with other alumni parents attending with their student.

                       

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