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.
Become an Admissions Ambassador
Share your Chicago Booth experience and knowledge with prospective students during the application process. By volunteering to be an ambassador, you will be connected with prospective students interested in your specific industry or background. To become an ambassador, contact Full-Time MBA Program, Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Program, Executive MBA Program in North America, Europe, or Asia.
Alumni with a strong understanding of the Chicago Booth admissions process and criteria can make a lasting impact on our incoming class by helping Admissions evaluate prospective students. To learn about interviewing opportunities, contact Danielle Foster. To volunteer, contact Full-Time MBA Program, Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Program, Executive MBA Program in North America, Europe, or Asia.
Attend an Admissions Event
Alumni presence at admissions events demonstrates the strong network that Chicago Booth offers. Information sessions occur across the globe throughout the school year and we encourage you to attend one in your city. The time commitment is typically 2 hours per event. Register for an event for the Full-Time MBA, Evening MBA, Weekend MBA, or Executive MBA Programs.
Serve as a Corporate Partner
Building partnerships with companies is a great way to refer top talent to Chicago Booth. Partner with Admissions to host an event in your company. Contact Amy Hung, associate director of Admissions, to discuss potential opportunities.
Refer a Student
Chicago Booth alumni play a critical role in recruiting top talent to Booth. You can support admissions by sharing your insight and experiences with those you feel could be valuable contributors to the Chicago Booth community. To refer a candidate, please visit Shape The Class.