The University of Virginia has many opportunities to support its mission through volunteerism. Please use the filters below to find an opportunity that’s right for you.
Alumni Board Volunteers (Wise)
Volunteers are important to the work of the UVa-Wise Alumni Association. Anyone can volunteer to serve on a committee, assist in the development of an Alumni Club in their area or by taking a few minutes out of their busy schedule to call on fellow classmates and invite them to attend their Class Reunion at Homecoming. Below is a list of opportunities available for you to share your talents with us. Please check one or more of the boxes to indicate your interest. We appreciate your interest in joining our many UVa-Wise Alumni Volunteers!
Reunion Networking Volunteer
Help make your upcoming Reunion a success by volunteering on the your Class Networking Committee. Responsibilities include sending electronic communications to classmates and encouraging Reunion attendance.
In the 2016-2017 calendar year, we are seeking alumni from the undergraduate Classes of 1957, 1962, 1967, 1972, 1977, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002, 2007 and 2012 to network with classmates and encourage reunion attendance. Please visit www.virginiareunions.com for more information about the 2017 Reunion.ContactCate Liverman (email)tel: 434-243-1886
School of Nursing Alumni Council
The Alumni Council is the leadership body of the Nursing Alumni Association. Help us celebrate the Nursing Alumni Association Centennial Anniversary in 2016!
Council members serve three-year terms and help determine the direction and activities of the Nursing Alumni Association.ContactKelly McCaskill (email)tel: (434) 924-0097Website
Friday Forum Webinars
UVA alumni can pay it forward by sharing your expertise and experiences with others. Present a career, professional or personal development topic in a live, online webinar to a registered audience of alumni, students, and friends of the University. Webinars are also recorded for later viewing in the Alumni Career Services webinar library.
Madison House Alumni Network
The Madison House Alumni Network (MHAN) is an extension of Madison House at the University of Virginia. MHAN realizes that finding the right volunteer opportunities after college can be a challenge. MHAN is a destination where members can find information on local opportunities and connect with each other.Website
School of Nursing Advisory Board
The objectives of the board are to advise and assist the Dean of the School of Nursing in pursuing the vision, mission, and implementation of strategic priorities; to provide philanthropic support both directly and through development of beneficial relationships; and to serve as advocates for the School of Nursing with various internal and external constituent groups.ContactKelly McCaskill (email)tel: (434) 924-0097Website
The UVA School of Engineering & Applied Science (SEAS) has many ways to volunteer your time and talent, both on Ground and beyond. We welcome you involvement and ask that you fill out our interest form, checking off your areas of interest. After submitting, we’ll be in touch soon with next steps!Website
UVA Medical Alumni Host Program
The goal of our Host Program is to match UVA hosts across the country with fourth year medical students traveling for their residency interviews during the months of October through January.Website
Young Alumni Council
Each spring, two new board members from the current fourth year undergraduate class, along with other alumni who have graduated in the last 12 years, are selected to serve on Young Alumni Council.
The Council seeks alumni who are passionate about working to optimize the post graduate experience for all young alumni, regardless of their involvement as students or their current engagement with the University as alumni.ContactYoung Alumni Council Website
Virginia Alumni Mentoring Program
Virginia Alumni Mentoring is a program that connects motivated and career-focused students with alumni who have volunteered to provide insights about the process of choosing and starting a career in their specific field.ContactUniversity of Virginia Career Center Website
Graduate Women in Business (Darden)
The Graduate Women in Business (GWIB) at Darden is an organization that provides a forum for students, alumnae, faculty and female professionals to discuss the issues and challenges women face in their careers and offers activities that build awareness of women in leadership positions. GWIB sponsors social and professional activities as well as providing volunteer opportunities within the community.
Benefits of GWIB include support, leadership, mentorship, career development, and community involvement.