Get Involved

There are several ways to get more involved in supporting Masters as an alumnae/i volunteer.  To learn more about any of our volunteer opportunities or to become involved, please contact the Alumnae/i Office.

Join your Reunion Committee

Reunion Committee volunteers help to build excitement for an upcoming class Reunion.  Volunteers encourage classmates to attend Reunion, host or attend pre-Reunion planning sessions, work with the Alumnae/i Office to organize special events both on and off campus, and help to support Reunion giving efforts. Being a Reunion Committee volunteer is a great way to help shape your Reunion and get back in touch with classmates in advance of the weekend.

Be a Class Notes Editor

Class Notes Editors help keep their classmates connected to Dobbs/Masters and to each other. Editors stay abreast of news and updates from classmates and twice per year, work with the Alumnae/i Office to write a Class Notes section in the School’s Bulletin publication.

Serve as a Class Agent

Class agents play a vital role in encouraging alumnae/i support of the School’s Annual Giving campaign. As Annual Fund volunteers, class agents help to energize fellow classmates about the importance of giving back to Masters through outreach and by example.

Host a Masters gathering in your city or region

Alumnae/i gatherings don’t only happen on campus—we can bring Masters to you!  We are always looking for opportunities to meet and hear from alums around the country and the world. If you’d like to help us host an event for fellow Dobbs/Masters alumnae/i in your city or town, we’d love to hear from you!

Mentor a student or fellow alumna/us

Masters gave you the tools to go out into the world and “do it with thy might.” Now you can help a student or fellow alum by joining our Career Mentoring Committee. Volunteer mentors make themselves available to share their educational and professional experience and expertise with students and alums and participate in forums and events where alumnae/i can connect with one another to launch, change, or advance their careers.

Be an Alumnae/i Admission Ambassador

Alumnae/i Admission Ambassadors support the Office of Admission by helping to raise awareness about Masters in their local communities, attending and/or hosting admission events in their areas, acting as alumnae/i “screeners” for prospective applicants, and serving as an informational and welcoming resource for new students and their families.


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