Alumni Volunteer Opportunities 


Volunteering your time and expertise is a rewarding way to share your knowledge and experience while making an impact and connecting with the Roosevelt community.

From mentoring to being a guest speaker or hiring a Laker, there are many ways that you can volunteer in-person or virtually.  Learn more about how to get involved and which opportunities may be a perfect fit for you.

Share your interests with us by filling out the Alumni Volunteer Interest Form. A member of the Roosevelt Alumni Relations or Career Development team will reach out with more information!

Career Development Support

Guide the next generation of professionals by sharing your experiences and offering advice as students prepare to launch their careers.

  • Mentor a student virtually or in-person for one hour a month over an academic year
  • Conduct mock interviews with students
  • Sit-down with students to review their resume and branding their skillset
  • Be a guest speaker and share your professional experiences or talk on other career related topics

University Giving

Help shape the future of the University by helping to fundraise for its students and initiatives.

  • Volunteer to serve as social media ambassadors for Day of Giving
  • Help with thank you calls to donors
  • Assist with the identification of funding sources
  • Become a corporate partner

Lead and Educate

Share your real-world experience and professional expertise with alumni, staff, and students.

  • Speak at a University event on-campus or virtually
  • Champion of our alumni affinity programs by joining an advisory board
  • Call incoming RU freshman and welcome them to the University
  • Be an ambassador and make connections to the decision makers in your organization

Host or Hire a Laker

Make Roosevelt students and alumni a part of your company’s recruiting strategy.

  • Host a student or group of students at your worksite for job shadowing and learning
  • Share jobs and internships with RU students and alumni
  • Participate in a virtual or on-campus job fair
  • Lead an Employer Information session