Regional and Shared Interest Chapter Opportunities

Connect with Your Local Domestic or International Regional Chapter

  • Become active in your local chapter by getting involved in planning committees.
  • Organize chapter activities, such as networking events, outings to local attractions, cultural and sporting events, etc.
  • Work with fellow alumni and the Office of Alumni Relations to host an event in your region featuring distinguished Tufts faculty members and alumni.

Regional Chapter Volunteer Job Description >>
International Chapter Volunteer Job Description >>

Join a Shared Interest Group

  • Continue to explore your interests by becoming an active member of any number of specialized alumni groups and organizations based on your major, student activities, or professional/cultural/ethnic affiliations.
  • Plan professional networking receptions, social events, cultural occasions, or intellectual discussions.
  • Assist in developing and maintaining a group website.
  • Launch new shared interest groups by creating the vision and goals for the organization, recruiting steering committee members for the group, launching marketing and outreach efforts, developing the organization’s structure and operating procedure and identifying opportunities for annual signature events for the group.

Shared Interest Group Volunteer Job Description >>

Summer Mentoring Opportunities with Tisch College students

The CASE Network represents an alumni volunteer partnership with Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service. CASE volunteers manage a summer program that connects Tufts students, many of whom are Tisch Summer Fellows (receiving stipends for unpaid internships in government, non-profit, or public sector work), with alumni mentors working in a diverse array of fields in Washington DC. If you are interested in becoming a mentor for a Tisch Summer Fellow, please fill out the volunteer form. If you are not in the DC area and you are interested in supporting Tufts students while they are working on summer internships in your city, please check the “other” box and list your city of residence next to the box.

Interview Applicants

Help recruit the next generation of Tufts students by giving your time as an interviewer, host, or outreach volunteer.

One of the most effective ways for bright and talented students to connect with Tufts is to hear from those who have lived the Jumbo experience. The Tufts Admissions Network (TAN) is a global network of more than 3,000 Tufts alumni that assist the university’s efforts to attract the most promising students to join the Tufts community. The TAN program offers alumni the opportunity to remain connected to Tufts and give back to the university in a valuable, service-oriented manner.

There are several different volunteer opportunities available within TAN. Alumni can interview assigned applicants, assist in the planning and hosting of local TAN events and admissions staff travel, as well as represent Tufts at local college fairs and attend local admitted student receptions.

For more information, visit the TAN website.


Start a new Tufts Alumni chapter or Shared Interest Group!