Alumni Affairs and Development 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.
Alumni Club Volunteer
Alumni clubs need volunteers to work on boards and committees or assist in the organization of a single event. You can volunteer for community service projects, serve as a speaker for a club event, or help build the club’s web page. For more information or to volunteer, please contact us via email.
Roundtables present a unique opportunity to interact with fellow alumni in your area of expertise. By hosting a roundtable discussion, arranging for a special speaker, or giving a presentation, you will gain access to new ideas and explore solutions to your business needs. For more information or to volunteer, please contact us via email.
Nominate Outstanding Alumni
We look to alumni to nominate outstanding achievers for the annual Distinguished Alumni Awards. The awards recognize outstanding Chicago Booth alumni who have excelled as leaders in their profession and community. Winners are chosen by an alumni committee. For more information or to volunteer, please contact alumni@ChicagoBooth.edu.
Reunion Committee Volunteer
A dedicated Reunion Committee is the best way to ensure your class is excited and involved in the Reunion Program. Volunteering for the Reunion Volunteer Committee is a meaningful, manageable, and high impact volunteer opportunity. All volunteer roles have the full support of Alumni Affairs and Development. We will be celebrating the Classes of 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008, and 2012 as they celebrate their Reunions on May 17-18, 2013. Please email reunions@ChicagoBooth.edu if you're interested in volunteering on your Reunion Committee.
Annual Fund Volunteer
If you are interested in learning about volunteer opportunities with the Chicago Booth Annual Fund, please contact us contact us via email or by phone at 773.702.7747