Get Involved

Volunteering's easy, but we've got some fine print. Before you sign up, become familiar with our Volunteer Code of Conduct.

Attend Events

  • There are almost 70 regional alumni communities worldwide, all of which are dedicated to planning fun events that promote alumni interaction. Learn more about your community here, and join us for an event in your city.
  • Blue Jays athletic teams love your support! Get together with alumni and friends to watch the Blue Jays play live or on TV. Check out ESPNU and the Big Ten Network for programming.
  • Got interests? Of course you do! The Alumni Association has 30+ affinity groups for you, based on your career or your hobbies.
  • Did you know that Johns Hopkins University Schools, like SAIS and Carey, have regional clubs around the world? You can get involved in those events, too!

Volunteer on a Committee

  • Events can’t happen without a dedicated planning committee. Are you fun-loving and social? Affinityregional or international alumni leadership might be for you.
  • Are you an Alumni Weekend regular? Consider joining your class committee, and reconnect with colleagues and friends.

Join the Conversation

  • Follow and share our social media channels. Don’t forget to #JHUAlumni to join the conversation!
  • Lend your expertise by giving advice to a current student or recent grad on OneHop Alumni, your one stop for career, community & connection. Learn more, here.

Share Your Love For Hopkins

  • Become a member of our social media ambassadorship program, Hopkins Promoters, and help spread the word about the latest news and events going on at Hopkins to your friends and followers.
  • Honor rising talent in your community – submit a Book Award on behalf of the Alumni Association.
  • Honor an outstanding alumnus by nominating them for an Alumni Association Award.

Reunite with Friends

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