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Students show off their Brandeis pride during Giving DEISday.
Whether it’s serving as a student ambassador, giving back as a student donor or working with us part-time, there are many ways to support Brandeis even before you graduate! Check out the opportunities below.
Giving back is a way to support what matters to you at Brandeis. Donate to a Brandeis club, program, team, student organization, or academic department, or give to the Brandeis Fund, which supports campus priorities like financial aid, sustainability efforts, and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.
We hope you’ll participate in one of these special student-giving initiatives this year!
Giving DEISday, held every fall, is the perfect opportunity for you to demonstrate what you care most about at Brandeis! Every gift counts towards our single-day donor goal. If we reach it, we unlock additional funds for Brandeis.
The Class of 2023 is invited to give back to the programs, clubs, teams and departments that you’ve been involved in during your time at Brandeis. Make your gift now and be part of a 30+ year tradition of seniors saying thank you.
Whether it’s $10, a class-year gift ($20.23) or any other amount, your gift – alongside those of your classmates – will make a positive collective difference as an integral part of the Senior Class Gift. Over the years, seniors have given more than $250,000 supporting what matters to them at Brandeis, not only benefiting the students that follow in their footsteps but also helping to secure their class’s legacy at Brandeis!
If you’re a senior interested in being part of the Senior Class Gift Committee, contact Ben Niles at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Institutional Advancement division at Brandeis is proud to hire Brandeis students to fill key support roles in our offices. Working or volunteering with IA is a great way to build your resume, learn valuable skills, meet new people, and make a difference for your school.
The Phonathon is an important part of Brandeis’ fundraising efforts. Dozens of student callers reach out to alumni, parents, and friends each year to build relationships and secure financial support for Brandeis. During a typical fiscal year, Phonathon callers raise current use funds from nearly 6,000 donors.
If you’ve recently spoken to a member of our phonathon team and need to fulfill your pledge, visit our giving form.
Work With Us
We are always looking for confident and enthusiastic individuals with great communication skills to represent Brandeis. If you want to work in a fun environment, learn valuable sales skills and reach out to alumni, parents and friends to support Brandeis, keep reading!
Who Is Calling?
Phonathon callers are undergraduate and graduate students dedicated to advancing Brandeis by updating alumni on current University news and offering opportunities to get involved.
Do You Have What It Takes?
Phonathon is looking for outgoing students who are self-motivated and passionate about Brandeis. No previous work experience in telephone fundraising is necessary; training will be provided. Students work three shifts per week and create schedules based around their school work.
Please note: Phonathon callers are currently working remotely. Access to a laptop with the ability to run the latest version of Google Chrome is required.
To learn more and apply, log in to Workday, click on the “Careers” worklet and select “Find Jobs for Students.”
From alumni relations to fundraising to communications, Institutional Advancement employs students as office assistants and interns in a number of areas. All hourly student jobs are posted in Workday. Please log in, click on the “Careers” worklet and select “Find Jobs for Students” to begin applying.