Are you involved? Reconnect with the Mount!
View our listing of the many ways Mount alums, family, and friends can contribute their time and energy to the university’s mission. You may also let us know what interests you by completing the Alum Volunteer Interest Form, after which we will get in touch with you to discuss ways you can get reconnected and get involved.
Connecting with Alums
Become part of our alum boards that serve the interest of our 18,000 alums. Click below on the different boards.
- Alumnae Board
- Latina Alumnae Network
- MBA Alumni Professionals
- Weekend College Alumni Network
Class Reunion Committees
Work with Alumnae Relations to implement your class reunion by creating a class message and contacting members of your class via phone and/or email to encourage attendance at the event and support of the class gift.
Golden Grad Reunion Committee
Be a part of the class steering committee to encourage attendance, submissions for the memory booklet and support of the Golden Grad gift to be presented to the MSMC President at the event.
Representation of Alumnae Association
Represent the Alumnae Association at orientations and graduations for the various degree programs. Orientations and culminations take place at different times of the year and on different days of the week. This volunteer opportunity is a one-time commitment and takes only an hour or two.
Volunteer at Alum events
Help at events such as: Wine & Beer Tasting (finding sources to donate wine), Homecoming workshop presenters, freshman orientation root beer float muggings, Women’s Leadership Conference – student track presenters, etc.
Participate in “Thankathons”
Phone donors to thank them for their gifts –this is done in-house and a script is provided.
Hosting regional Alum gatherings
Alum gatherings are a chance for alums to get together and connect. If you would like to volunteer to coordinate an alum gathering for fellow alums who live in your region, contact the Alumnae Relations office at 213.477.2767.
Connecting with Students
The MSMC Mentor Program- training required
Are you looking to enrich your life and the lives of others? Do you want to give back to your alma mater? Do you have a special place in your heart for the advancement of young women? If you answered YES to any of these questions, we have an opportunity just for you!
Here is a basic outline of what the mentoring program entails:
- You will be given the tools you need to be a successful mentor in a 1-hour training session
- You will get to participate in a speed mentoring event
- You will be paired with one student
- You will be expected to contact your mentee at least once a month for 6 months
- You and your mentee will be invited to attend special events at the University
- You will be able to share your experience and advice with a young woman who is in need of guidance.
Did we mention this is FUN, EASY, and INSPIRING?
If you are interested, please email email@example.com and we will provide you with more details about our program.
You can volunteer for the Career Network in various ways such as:
- Provide an informational interview about your field
- Provide a half/whole day job shadowing experience
- Provide internship opportunities at your current employment
- Provide employment opportunities at your current employment
- Participate in a career networking event for alums/current students
- Participate in a career services related workshop covering topics such as: networking, graduate school, job search, interviewing, etc.
Work with Admissions
Participate in phonathons to congratulate accepted students, attend college fairs, etc. at local and in out-of-area locales – admissions will contact prospective alum volunteer to arrange to meet with her/him to see if the opportunities available are a good fit. Training will be provided.
Tutoring at the Learning Resource Center
Help tutor students in a variety of subjects, or proofread papers. Help our students excel in their coursework. Resumes are required, and teaching experience is preferred.
Connecting with the Mount
Participating in the President’s Day of Service
To honor the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and the idea of “Serving our dear neighbor”, the office of Community Engagement created a special day where the Mount family serves the community. While one day of service cannot meet every need in every community, bringing all Mount students, faculty, staff and alums together to make a difference at one time can have a substantial impact on both the individuals involved in this shared experience and the greater community.
Finding sponsorship prospects to underwrite alum/University events
Help discover prospective Companies to help sponsor alum events. Work with our Special Events department to help make a connection between the Corporation/Company and the College.
Become a Doheny Docent and/or a Friend of the Doheny Mansion
Trained docents are expected to lead public and private tours of the Doheny Mansion and the surrounding Chester Place. For more information, contact 213.477-2962.
For more information on any Volunteer Opportunity and/or referral to the proper contact at MSMU, please call Alumnae Relations at 213.477.2767 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.