- Plan and Promote Events Near You
Are you a natural connector who bleeds brown and blue? Team up with other alumni to plan events ranging from happy hours to lectures and bring together Tufts alumni in the community near you. Learn more about volunteer opportunities with a regional chapter or shared interest group.
- Interview the Next Generation of Jumbos
Shape the next Tufts class! Interview prospective students near you, and answer all of their questions about what it means to be a Jumbo, since an elephant never forgets. Learn more and sign up.
- Help Students Prepare for Careers
Remember the person who mentored you when you were looking for your first job? Now it’s your turn. Learn about the ways you can guide a Jumbo as they explore career opportunities.
- Impact the Strategic Direction of the University
Whether you are passionate about the student experience, faculty development, research or another area of university life, your voice matters. Join a committee of the Tufts University Alumni Association to provide leadership on the issues that impact the university community.
- Bring Your Class Back to the Hill
As a member of the reunion committee, you will have the opportunity to help plan a memorable weekend of food, fun, and reconnection, and organize your class to make a class impactful gift to Tufts.
- Encourage Fellow Jumbos to Give to Tufts
Peer-to-peer outreach is instrumental in the growing support and alumni participation at Tufts. Become a Tufts Fund volunteer and inspire your classmates to join you–you’ll play an integral role in the success of our fundraising efforts. If you have any questions, contact Michele Ohanian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please fill out the volunteer interest form so we can help you find opportunities that match your interests, skills, and location.
Volunteering for Tufts is both fulfilling and inspirational. It keeps me involved with people whom I would otherwise not meet.
Volunteering is my way of giving back and helping new graduates access the same thriving social and professional network that I did.
Tufts gave me so much, so the thought of not giving back is absurd! Tufts means a lot to students for their four years, and there’s no reason that has to stop even though we are in a different period of our lives.
The Tufts economist Dan Ounjian was a career builder for thousands of students who sat in his classroom over three-plus decades at the university. He took on the same role for junior faculty during his 20-year tenure as chair of the Department of Economics.
For Father's Day, Lisa Vouras, D89, wanted to let her dad know just how important he has been in her life. Their relationship is as much mentor and mentee as it is father and daughter—she grew up in the dental practice Peter Vouras, D55, ran for nearly 40 years.