Whether you are a recent grad, a seasoned Smith volunteer or just reconnecting with the college, there are numerous ways you can be involved with Smith by tapping into your talents and getting plugged in. Always loved Reunion? Help us pull it off. Excited to support connections with other Smithies where you live? Host events through your local Smith Club. Charged up to help us meet a fundraising goal? Appeal to your class about The Smith Fund. We can find a great fit for you and, along the way, you’ll pick up new, invaluable skills, grow your network and feel connected to a community you cherish.
When You Volunteer...
- Have fun working with a great team of alums.
- Build your Smith community.
- Enhance your leadership skills.
- Gain behind-the-scenes insights into Smith.
- Give back to an institution you love.
- Broaden your social and professional networks.
- Receive ongoing personal development and fundraising training.
One Hour to Spare
Volunteers make Smith stronger—plus, it’s rewarding to connect with fellow alums. Learn how you can get involved and find tools and resources to get the job done.
- Share a positive post about Smith on social media using the Alumnae Facebook page.
- Join your local Smith Club, where you send care packages to students, organize an event or participate in community service.
- Nominate an alum for the Smith College Medal.
- Lead a webinar. Email Lindsey McGrath at email@example.com.
- Help plan your class Reunion. You might call classmates to encourage them to attend, make a gift to Smith or host a virtual or in-person mini Reunion. Contact your class Reunion chair.
The Rewards of Volunteering
As Fund Team Coordinator, Mary Grant ’70 plays an instrumental role in inspiring classmates to support financial aid. “I want people to have the same opportunity that the women in my family have had. I don’t want any more dreams to be dashed by the barrier of college costs.”