At the core of the Alumnae Association's network is a unique and dedicated group of volunteers.

All alumnae volunteers are guided by the Association's mission to connect alumnae to one another and to the College. We are always looking for alumnae interested in sharing their time, energy and Wellesley spirit.

Often, alumnae are wary about becoming a volunteer. They worry about the time commitment necessary to give back to Wellesley. Have no fear! There are numerous opportunities through the Alumnae Association. The perfect volunteer role is waiting for you!

Class Volunteers

Connect classmates throughout the year. Class officers are elected every five years during reunion weekend and help keep the class connected through mini-reunions, newsletters, email updates, and class websites. To find out how you can volunteer for your class, contact your class president.

Club Volunteers

Focus their efforts in their home area - keeping alumnae connected around the world. Club volunteers help plan local events such as luncheons, lectures, museum tours, and book groups. To find out how you can become a club volunteer, contact your local club president.  

Reunion Volunteers

Plan your class activities for reunion weekend. The president of the class appoints a reunion chair who then recruits a committee. Volunteers organize the class socials, dinner, picnic, and other class-specific events. To find out how you can volunteer for your reunion committee, contact your class president

Shared Identity Groups Volunteers

Help keep alumnae connected based on a shared interest or affinity. Volunteers may be part of an informal group committee or a member of a formal board of officers. To find out how you can volunteer for a group, contact the Alumnae Association.  

Fundraising Volunteers

Support Wellesley in our efforts to raise funds for the College. These volunteers work directly with The Wellesley Fund and Gift Planning Offices to educate their classmates about the significance of alumnae support. They also work with their liaisons to set annual dollar and participation goals for their class, recruit and manage a team of assistant representatives, and thank classmates for their generosity. Their outreach to classmates forms a bridge between Wellesley's past and present, with a focus on maintaining Wellesley's financial strength now and into the future. To find out how you can volunteer for your class, contact The Wellesley Fund or Gift Planning by calling 800.358.3543 or emailing giving@banquesonline.net. Current fundraising volunteers may also find these tools helpful!

Already a Volunteer?

We are pleased to share our online resources for volunteers. Use the information, policies, and tools to guide your efforts and serve as references for you in your role. We are grateful for all that you do for Wellesley!

Remember that we are as close as your telephone or computer. Please feel free to contact us with your thoughts or questions.