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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering is a wonderful way to make an impact on current students and fellow alumni, stay involved with Brandeis and make new friends. Choose from several opportunities that match your interests, skillset and schedule.

Join the Alumni Admissions Council

Help Admissions recruit the next class of Brandeis students by representing Brandeis at college fairs and conducting interviews with prospective students in your community. Learn more.

Help a Brandeisian with their career

Whether you are a recent graduate or a seasoned professional, there are many ways you can support current students and fellow alumni with career decision-making, skill-building and connections. View the full menu of career-related volunteer opportunities through the Hiatt Career Center.

Spread the word about Alumni Weekend

Alumni volunteers are vital to the success of Alumni Weekend. Join your class, club, or organization's reunion efforts to help spread the word about upcoming programs to your peers. To learn more or sign up, email alumniweekend@brandeis.edu.

Plan or host a regional event

Deepen your connection to fellow alumni by helping to plan or host an event for your regional alumni club or shared interest group. Visit your club or group page to learn more and complete an online interest form.

Join the Alumni Association Board of Directors

The Board of Directors guides the Alumni Association in the creation, resourcing and promotion of a range of programs for alumni of all ages and stages. Ideal candidates are active alumni who want to lead engagement efforts in support of the Brandeis mission, who have a history of leadership engagement with the Alumni Association, and who have shown consistent financial support for the University. Learn more about the nomination process.

Follow the Brandeis Alumni Association on social media

Get relevant news from Brandeis by following the Alumni Association on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Help us expand our reach by sharing the latest stories with your own networks.