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Volunteer: Share Your Time & Expertise

Whether you have a lot of time or a little, from board service to professional networking, there’s a way to get involved and make a difference to Georgetown and our students.

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Join the Board of Governors

The Board of Governors is the elected leadership body of the Georgetown University Alumni Association (GUAA), a 501(c)(3) organization that works closely with university leadership and the Board of Directors to provide support to the various Georgetown campuses, and is responsible for protecting and preserving the traditions of Georgetown alumni. Voted on by all alumni of the university, Governors are charged with establishing and reviewing policies and governing procedures regarding all GUAA business (e.g., alumni-student programming, strategic planning, investment decision-making, etc.) as well as serving as a channel for alumni engagement and feedback.

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Get involved with your class

Curious what’s happening with your fellow grads? Interested in becoming a class ambassador? Browse below to find your class and keep tabs on upcoming events.

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Join your local club

Georgetown has alumni clubs and contacts in numerous regions across the U.S. and around the world. Explore opportunities to connect with Hoyas near you.

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Network with fellow hoyas

Georgetown alumni are making an impact in every industry, around the world. Connect with fellow Hoyas in your field, share career advice, or explore our career resources.

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Interview prospective students

The 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 University. Over 6,000 alumni strong, the AAP interviews the vast majority of applicants. Members of the AAP may be involved in the admissions effort in a variety of other ways, including attending receptions, college nights, and local business meetings.

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Participate in the Discovery Initiative

In 2006, President John J. DeGioia launched the Discovery Initiative to build a two-way dialogue between the university and its alumni, giving them an opportunity to share their perspectives and ideas, and begin shaping the future of the institution. To date, the Discovery Initiative has conducted more than 15,000 interviews in all 50 U.S. states and 55 countries. During these interviews, ambassadors learn about your experience at Georgetown, your path after Georgetown, your opinions and perspectives on the university today and how Georgetown can play a meaningful role in your life now.