SERVE AS A YOUNG ALUMNI AMBASSADOR
The mission of the Young Alumni Ambassador program is to build stronger lifelong partnerships between HBS alumni and the School by providing recent grads an outlet for staying connected and helping to create young alumni engagement opportunities that are substantive and meaningful.
Young Alumni Ambassadors are MBA graduates in their first two years post-graduation who assist on key initiatives and activities in their region, such as:
Work with the Admissions office to support efforts with prospective and admitted students, so prospective and admitted students may experience firsthand the strength and loyalty of our alumni as they are making choices about where to apply and attend school.
- Outreach Ambassador – Attend local admissions events to meet with prospective students and interviewees.
- Welcome Ambassador – Contact admitted students to welcome them to HBS (1-4 per year) and speak with admitted students who are undecided about HBS (as needed).
- Digital Ambassador – Contribute to the MBA Voices Admissions blog or participate in Admissions social media activities.
Help plan activity for your One-Year Reunion by joining the programming committee. One-Year Reunion will include academic sessions with faculty, section dinners, an all class party and more. Save the date for May 18-20, 2018!
Serve as a class fund chair or a section fund chair and assist the Development Office in encouraging your classmates to give back to HBS in support of the exciting innovative work happening at the School.
Help with regional event coordination. Serve on event host committees to determine event venues, logistics, and encourage attendance; serve as point of contact for new alumni in your city.
MBA Career Advisor & Professional Development
- MBA Career Advisor –Advises students on career-related industry questions via phone or email.
- Career Team Leader – Lead group of 4 RCs through Career Teams exercise. To be a Career Team Leader, an alumna/us must have participated in or led Career Teams as a student and be available in Boston for one of two weekday evenings in mid-late September 2017, when the program is hosted.
Volunteer to participate and contribute to Alumni Programs as a panelist, speaker or content provider, or when opportunities become available.
Class Notes traditionally are the alumni community’s favorite way to stay in touch and learn what each other are doing. Volunteer to help your class stay connected through the Class Notes and photos published in the HBS Alumni Bulletin and online. The class and section secretaries gather news and comments from their section mates and submit columns four times a year.
Interested in Volunteering?