You may not think about it all the time, but your Booth education and experience play an integral part of your lives as alumni - affecting how you think, how you lead, how you handle challenges, the friends you have, and the network that supports you.
As interested and engaged alumni, you are vital members of the Chicago Booth community. Your work as volunteers builds ties with your fellow alumni, provides support for our students and prospects, and plays a critical role in sustaining and strengthening the school’s mission. We encourage you to take a few minutes to read about all the ways you can continue to be involved.
“I volunteer because there’s nothing more inspiring than to spend time with younger people who are at the beginning of their careers and excited about what they’re going to go do. I love coming back just for that.” - Sunil Garg, AB '89, MBA '00
This section highlights several (but by no means all) volunteer opportunities. If you aren't sure which opportunity is just right for you, contact Alumni Relations to discuss your interests and identify the best fit.
- Support the admissions process
Alumni are our most important resource for finding the best candidates for the next generation of Chicago Booth students. Volunteer opportunities involve the entire admissions cycle throughout the year, including recruitment, evaluation, and matriculation. Find out more »
- Share your expertise with students
Alumni have the opportunity to engage with current students by offering their knowledge and experience at unique events and programming. Volunteer to be a speaker, host an intimate breakfast, be interviewed for a newspaper article, or support students in the career exploration process. Participation not only provides an opportunity to build the Chicago Booth community but also creates a valuable exchange between students and alumni. Find out more »
- Share your expertise with other alumni
The office of Alumni Affairs invites you to work on boards and committees, help with your reunion, host a roundtable discussion, or nominate outstanding achievers for the annual Distinguished Alumni Awards. Find out more »