Volunteers make a huge impact on our UB community. No matter where you live, or how much time you have, you can make a difference!
UB alumni continue to lead the charge as trailblazers in their fields and responsible citizens in their communities. Together, we help current students with their careers, recruit the best and brightest to attend UB, make an impact on campus and in our alumni regional network and more.
Whether you are looking to engage fellow alumni, connect with students, or volunteer with alumni in your community, we have an opportunity for you. Learn about the variety of ways that you can get involved and find rewarding activities that meet your interests, experience, and schedule.
Work on a committee of like-minded alumni to plan and promote events in your regional alumni network.
Help recruit the next generation of UB students as an admissions alumni volunteer. From college fairs, alumni interviews and Open House to accepted student receptions and congratulatory phone calls, there’s ways you can make an impact no matter where you live!
Are you ready to share your career expertise with UB students and alumni? The UB community needs alumni to help students transition from their education into the professional world. And your fellow alumni are looking to connect with those who can provide insight on their current career.
UB alumni team up on New Student Move In Day and have the unique role of greeting incoming students and their families and providing much-needed directional assistance on the north and south campuses.
Whether in person or virtually, share your knowledge about your career, life experiences or a special topic of interest with fellow students and/or alumni.
Be a part of our Webinar Wednesdays! Provide expert knowledge on a relevant and timely topic that can help alumni in any stage of their career or life.
Donate your time and expertise to the Blackstone LaunchPad at UB by serving as a mentor or a speaker. It’s a great way to engage and empower current students and the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Perform community service in your region with a group of fellow alumni or better yet, be a designated peer site leader, representing your alumni group at the service agency.
Be a part of the excitement and help the university community by volunteering at one of our annual UB events on campus.
Make your reunion the best it can be. The most important role of reunion volunteers is to contact classmates, inform them about the reunion and invite them to return to campus.
Be an advocate for your alma mater on social media! Promote University events, UB Bulls pride, Giving Day and other UB Alumni initiatives to your personal network. Follow, share, like, comment!
Sign up as an employer through Handshake and post and recruit for job openings and internship opportunities in your company or organization.
Think of fellow UB alumni! Fill out the form below, selecting this option, and an alumni engagement staff member will follow up with you on ways we can help you get the word out about your job opportunities.
Hire UB! The university annually holds on-campus job fairs for students and alumni. Fill out the form below, selecting this option, to receive information about these upcoming events.
The Young Alumni Leadership Council is an international group of the University at Buffalo’s most active and engaged young alumni who are selected to serve on behalf of the Young Alumni Program, the UB Alumni Association, and the University at Buffalo. The council actively represents and promotes the on-going mission of UB’s young alumni program through volunteerism and advocacy.
The UB Future Alumni Leadership Council is for current UB students who wish to get more involved at UB, engaging them with the UB Alumni Association and providing them with opportunities to volunteer and interact with UB’s successful alumni.
Every graduate of UB is a member of the UB Alumni Association. Click on your school to find out what your fellow alumni are doing and how you can get involved.
After all the memories and life lessons I gained from my four years at UB, I felt it was only right to give back and make sure that my fellow alumni back home in NYC felt as connected to the University as we all did during our time in Buffalo.
- Bradley Anhouse, BS '11
Please complete the form below with your contact information and your areas of volunteer interest. Based on your interests, a program representative will contact you with more information.
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