Join a Committee, Volunteer for an Event or Donate a Skill
Looking for ways to give back to your alma mater in a way that is meaningful to you? There are a number of volunteer opportunities in our New York City community that won’t demand a lot of your personal time, are personally rewarding, and can make a difference for the Alumnae/i Association. For example, the program committee helps to plan networking and social events for the AA, while the fundraising committee plans our annual and ongoing fundraisers. Or if you would like to volunteer to assist with specific events in our office or onsite (for example the Annual Reunion, the Autumn Reception, etc.), please let us know. If you have a specific skill such as event planning, technology, grantwriting, writing/editing, data entry or anything else you might like to contribute, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and put “Volunteer” in the subject line.
Join The Board
Are you passionate about the education you received at Hunter High? Would you like to help ensure that the tradition of fostering creative, intellectually curious, and original thinkers continues for students today and for the future? The Alumnae/i Association is actively seeking volunteers to join our Board of Directors. Interested candidates should read through the description here and submit a letter of interest and resume by April 1st.
Become a Class Coordinator
Each year, the Hunter College High School Alumnae/i Association invites all alums to reconnect at Reunion Weekend. In order to reach as many of our alums as possible we suggest that each Milestone class (multiples of 5 or 10 years since graduation) have at least two or more Class Coordinators who serve as the liaisons between their classmates, the Alumnae/i Association, and the high school. They also plan their class party and other events for their classmates, and have been responsible for the tremendous success of Milestone Class Giving. The Class Coordinators are vital to the success of Reunion Weekend. Find a full description of Class Coordinator responsibilities here.
Head up a Regional Chapter
The AA has regional chapters in Washington DC, Northern New England, Albany area, Central New York, the South East, Southern Florida, the South West and in Israel. Regional Chapter heads come up with events and work directly with the Alumnae/i Office to connect with the alums outside of New York City. To start a chapter in your area, contact our office and we will help you get it up and running. Call 212.772.4079.
Suggest an Event or Program
Have an idea for an event? The Alumnae/i Association is always looking for fun ways to bring alums together. From theater outings to museum trips, from hosting alum speakers to networking brunches, the AA is here to help connect you. If you have an idea for something that might be fun for alums in your area, or would like to volunteer for one of our scheduled events, email or call us at: email@example.com