Lending time and expertise is a great way to stay connected. Whether they advise current and future Northwestern students, reach out to classmates, or take leadership roles, alumni volunteers strengthen our community and fuel our success. How will you get involved?
This nationwide organization consists of alumni leaders who represent Northwestern alumni from every undergraduate, graduate, and professional school at the University. Learn more.
Participating in a standing or ad hoc committee is an excellent way to meet a broad spectrum of your fellow alumni and contribute to the larger goals of the NAA. See a list of committees.
Connect with the Northwestern community near you, and help plan cultural events, sports outings, social activities, community service projects, faculty talks, and much more. Alumni clubs are overseen by a volunteer board, including officers, chairs, and committee members. Contact a local, regional, or national club to indicate your interest in volunteering for the board. For more information please contact Nick McGreevy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Guide the Next Generation
Northwestern Externship Program (NEXT)
It takes just one day to help shape a student’s future. Invite a Northwestern student to shadow you at your workplace for a day in order to learn more about your field. This annual program is co-sponsored by the NAA and University Career Services. Learn more.
Alumni Admission Council
Represent Northwestern in your community through this program of the Office of Undergraduate Admission. Join Admission staff at information sessions, conduct interviews, or reach out to admitted students and new freshmen. Learn more.
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A Day with Northwestern Executive Board
This annual event presents top Northwestern faculty and distinguished alumni speaking on timely topics. Alumni volunteers who serve on the A Day with Northwestern Executive Board are instrumental to the event’s planning and implementation, bringing diverse perspectives to the program, speaker selection, and marketing. To qualify, interested applicants must have attended A Day with Northwestern in the past and be able to attend monthly meetings in Evanston. For more information, contact Alumni Education at email@example.com.
Northwestern University students and affiliated
alumni groups may submit fundraising, data or information requests to
Alumni Relations and Development. For more information, please review the Affiliated Group Fundraising Guidelines and the Checklist for a Successful Fundraiser. Submit the completed request form to firstname.lastname@example.org when you are ready to get started!
Rally your classmates and help make your class’s reunion the most successful yet! Committee members invite friends to reunion events, act as reunion ambassadors, and help increase alumni participation in giving. Learn more