SERVE AS A YOUNG ALUMNI VOLUNTEER
Young alumni support the School and the global alumni community by volunteering in a wide range of important roles, from reunion planning to fundraising to writing Class Notes. If you are interested in building a lifelong, substantive and meaningful relationship with HBS, email firstname.lastname@example.org and an External Relations or MBA staff member will follow up with more details.
Work with the Admissions office to support efforts with prospective students, applicants, and admitted students, so candidates may experience firsthand the strength and loyalty of our alumni as they are making choices about where to apply and attend school. Responsibilities may include attending local admissions events, contacting interviewees to share perspective on HBS, and contacting admitted students to welcome them to HBS/help undecided admits learn more about HBS.
MBA Class of 2018, help plan your One-Year Reunion! Taking place May 17-19, 2019, One-Year Reunion will include time to reconnect, hear from faculty and socialize through section time, academic sessions, an all class party and more. Serve in any one of a variety of volunteer roles including social event planning, programming content oversight, social media outreach and fundraising.
Regional Event Host
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.
Career & Professional Development
Volunteer your time and experience to guide students with career-related industry questions, and participate in CPD activities and exercises including serving as a Career Team Leader where you will guide a group of 4 RCs through Career Teams exercises. 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 on September 22nd.
Help your class stay connected through the Class notes and photos of the HBS Alumni Bulletin, which comes out four times a year and includes articles on business topics, campus activities, faculty news, and alumni activities.
Interested in Volunteering?