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 at email@example.com or 914-479-6611.
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 magazine.
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, conducting interviews for prospective applicants, and serving as an informational and welcoming resource for new students and their families.
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!
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 support Reunion giving efforts.
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.
Our Alumnae/i Giving Day is a fantastic opportunity to connect with your classmates and make a positive impact on your alma mater by working to increase participation in the Annual Fund. There are many ways to take part in this important 24 hour event: call or email classmates from home, join us here on campus at our annual Connect-a-thon; be a social media ambassador and more.
Keep your information current so we may continue to reach you. Our social media pages, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram, are great tools to stay in touch.
Class of 2010, Delta Alumnae/i Board Member since 2015 Law Student (WUSTL School of Law), St. Lous, MO
"To me, Masters is an intellectual and creative space where students flourish into exceptional individuals who offer their unique perspectives to and effect positive change in the world. Masters played an integral role in forming me into the person I am today, and it will always hold a special place in my heart."
Class of 1984, Phi Alumnae/i Board Member since 2014 Instructional Designer for Online Learning, Concord, MA
“Dobbs was the place that supported me in figuring out who I was and who I wanted to become. In both my personal and professional life, I carry the things that I learned there with me and use them every day. I am always proud to be part of this community. My daughter attended CITYterm and she feels the same way.”
Class of 1984, Delta Alumnae/i Board Member since 2007 Construction Project Manager, Seattle, WA
“Dobbs changed my life and made me who I am today. I cannot imagine who or what I would be if I had not gone to Dobbs. I know specifically that the confidence and drive that have helped me to succeed as a woman in a man’s field are the result of the education I received.”
Class of 2001, Delta Alumnae/i Board Member since 2012 Marketing Professional, Boston, MA
“My time at Masters as a student has been a driving force in almost every aspect of my life since. That ‘do it with thy might’ attitude has enabled me to take full advantage of every opportunity and challenge presented to me.”
Class of 2003, Delta Alumnae/i Board Member since 2012 Account Associate, Washington, DC
“Masters is an environment that always seems to elicit the best of the young men and women who walk through its doors. I was fortunate to make friends from all walks of life, was challenged both in the classroom and on the athletic fields, and met faculty that I still confer with for advice. I attribute a large portion of both my personal and professional success to the Masters community and am forever thankful.”