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Alumni Association

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 or 607-777-6206.

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Center for Civic Engagement
Give back to the local Binghamton community and the area schools.
College of Community and Public Affairs
CCPA offers opportunities to engage with current students.
We truly rely on Commencement volunteers to ensure the day’s events run smoothly and the atmosphere is enjoyable for our graduates and their guests.
Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Whether you chose to go into practice, research, teaching or administration once you have graduated from the Decker College, you are a critical part of the practice and profession of nursing and we are immensely proud of you and your accomplishments!
Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development
As a Binghamton graduate, you'll find it very rewarding to actively participate with students and extend advice to aid them on their professional journeys. We present a multitude of pathways for you to connect with students, including revisiting the campus, establishing virtual connections, or coordinating meetings at or near your workplace. Embark on your engagement journey with us today!
Harpur College
Our alumni volunteers play an invaluable role in helping to prepare our students for life after Harpur. Click to see volunteer opportunities available for alumni interested in making a difference in the lives of Harpur College students.
International Student and Scholar Services
The International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) office needs participants for its Friendship Family Program, which involves a family or individual from the surrounding community who forms a social relationship with one or more international student(s) enrolled at Binghamton University.
Office of Alumni Engagement
From wherever you are, you can make Binghamton's presence felt and move our University along on the pathway to premier. Get involved with us today!
School of Management
Our School of Management alumni volunteers are essential in preparing our students for success beyond the classroom. Exciting opportunities include serving as a classroom speaker or panelist, recruiting students for job and internship opportunities, mentoring in your industry, judging case competitions, hosting industry visits at your company, participating in professional development classes, and more. Indicate your interest, and we'll connect with you to utilize your talents in a meaningful way!
School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Whether you are practicing pharmacy in community, clinical, industry, or research, SOPPS would like to connect with you to assist our current students in their journey to become pharmacists! Sign up to show interest as an IPPE or APPE preceptor, a mentor for our students, to participate in co-curricular opportunities, or to come back to visit for the various award and honor society celebrations. The relationships we forge with our alumni will help us foster a broad range of career and educational opportunities for all members of the SOPPS community.
Thomas J. Watson College of Engineering and Applied Science/Watson Career & Alumni Connections
Our Watson alumni volunteers play an invaluable role in helping to prepare our students for life after Watson. Some options include serving as a speaker/panelist, recruiting engineering and computer science students for job and internship opportunities, serving as an industry mentor, judging a design competition, taking a professional development class, and more. Indicate your interest and we'll connect to utilize your talents in a way that is meaningful for you!


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