Whether you are looking to engage with fellow alumni, connect with students, or volunteer within the greater Georgetown community, there are many ways to get involved. Below are opportunities both on- and off campus to reconnect with the Georgetown community and make a difference.
Read more about Georgetown's volunteer and elected board groups.
- Board of Governors (GUAA)
- Board of Regents
- African-American Alumni Advisory Board
- Latin American Board
- Law Alumni Board
- Medical Alumni Board
- Parents Leadership Council
Alumni Admissions Program (AAP) is a worldwide alumni volunteer organization that coordinates and conducts the interview process for first-year and transfer applicants to Georgetown.
Under the direction of the Georgetown University Athletics Department, Hoyas Unlimited is a group of elected alumni and parent volunteers who serve the Georgetown community as philanthropic leaders and ambassadors for all athletic programs.
Connect with Alumni Career Services for information on lifelong career development and worldwide networking opportunities, and to find out how you can help and network with fellow Hoyas at every stage of their careers.
Classes and Reunions
The Discovery Initiative facilitates informative dialogues between student ambassadors and alumni around the world. The program seeks the varied and invaluable perspectives of alumni in order to help shape the future of Georgetown.
Learn more about the benefits of networking/connecting with fellow Hoyas professionally through one of the following alliances:
- Chicago Business Alliance
- Entertainment & Media Alliance (GEMA)
- Entrepreneurship Alliance
- International Affairs Alliance
- London City Alliance
- Wall Street Alliance
Alumni may participate in the 1634 Society by helping to educate undergraduate students about philanthropy and inspiring all of Georgetown's students to make a tradition of giving in service to alma mater.
For more information on the Senior Class Giving Committee, email: email@example.com