There are many ways for alumni to get involved as volunteers with the Gwen M. Greene Center for Career and Internships.
Depending on your availability, you can choose to volunteer at one of three levels: connector, advisor, or recruiter. Each volunteer level entails a different commitment in terms of time, vetting by Rochester staff, and any training or preparation.
We can help find the best role for you as part of a program, event, committee, or service that directly serves students or alumni, or that fosters student-alumni engagement. You will have a designated University contact person who can answer your questions and give you updates.
Interested in giving of your time or talents to help students or other alumni network? Connectors are volunteers who help advance careers through targeted networking events (based on industry type or geography) and online platforms, and direct mentoring of students and alumni.
Do you have industry knowledge, career preparation insights, or life experiences you would like to share with students or other alumni? Become an advisor, a volunteer who specializes in informing or coaching others. As a result, advisors benefit from close working relationships with students, alumni, and University contacts.
Our recruiters devote their skills and expertise to opening doors for students and alumni. They advocate on behalf of the center and use their strategic know-how to help identify new resources and support for career-related development at Rochester.
If you’re independent, entrepreneurial, and interested in shaping the future of career services at the University, consider becoming a Recruiter.
Become a Volunteer
To become a Career Center Volunteer and receive notifications of volunteer opportunities, please complete the online Career Volunteer Form.