Whether you live in Pittsburgh, on the west coast, overseas, or somewhere in between, it's easy to stay connected to Washington & Jefferson College. Opportunities are available to volunteer for local events and gatherings, provide career support for students, nominate your peers for an Alumni Award, support the College financially, interact with fellow Presidents on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn!
Discover all the ways you can remain engaged with W&J! Fill out the Alumni Volunteer Form
or check out the Volunteer Board
to register for upcoming volunteer events!
Join an Alumni Advisory Council and provide input to the College about its various programs from an alumni perspective and provide support for its numerous initiatives. Established councils include the Pre-Health and Pre-Law Alumni Advisory Councils.
Share your W&J experiences with prospective students and their parents at admission-related events occurring on campus and around the country.
The Alumni Mentor Program is currently undergoing a structural redesign. Check back soon to learn about how you can provide guidance and support to today's student!
Occurring monthly at the Barron P. McCune Alumni House, this informal dinner of 5-10 attendees (4-5 alumni and 4-5 students) is designed to give you an intimate opportunity to share your career experiences with students.
Share your professional knowledge and experience by speaking in a class. From discussing your career development to changes in your industry, your experiences offer students a clear idea of what to expect when entering the workforce.
Alumni to represent the College at other institutions' Presidential Inaugurations across the country by walking in the inauguration ceremony processionals on behalf of W&J.
Oversee other alumni volunteers in your area and serve as first point of contact in your region for the Office of Alumni Relations by becoming a Regional Volunteer.
Assist W&J in organizing and celebrating class reunions by becoming a Reunion Committee Volunteer. Help organize reunions from the 20th-50th class reunions that occur in five year increments as well as mini-reunions for special groups such as fraternities or sororities.