Alumni Volunteer Opportunities
Whether you are looking to engage fellow alumni or connect with students, we have an opportunity for you. Review the volunteer opportunities listed below to find rewarding activities that meet your interest, experience, and schedule.
Interview / Recruit for Admissions Office
Interview prospective students, attend college fairs at local high schools, and participate in Summer Connection events for incoming students.
Connect with Students
From hosting a dinner with students to delivering a guest lecture, you have a lot to offer. Participate in a student-alumni program to build connections with current students.
Leadership & Committee Opportunities
Apply for the GW Alumni Association Board
The GWAA works collaboratively with the university to implement programs and services that benefit GW alumni. Board elections take place in the spring of each year.
Get Involved With Your Regional Chapter
From D.C. to Seoul, reconnect with the GW community through one of our regional alumni groups. We always need volunteers to help create new and exciting programs!
Join a Reunion Committee for Alumni Weekend
Are you about to celebrate a reunion? Join your classmates and get involved for what we hope will be your most memorable reunion yet.
Volunteer with Alumni Clubs & Groups
Help GW establish and create programming for multicultural alumni groups, student organization alumni clubs, and other alumni groups.
Get Involved with the Young Alumni Network
The Young Alumni Network (YAN) sponsors programming and provides benefits designed to meet the social, networking, and educational needs and interests of graduates from the past 10 years. Join the dedicated recent graduates who provide the inspiration for YAN activities!
Questions? Please contact Michael Steelman, associate director of alumni volunteer programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-994-3281.
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