Alumni Community

There are many ways to be more involved with the alumni community, whether you prefer to work with your local chapter — or to reconnect with your classmates.

Alumni Chapters

Lead a chapter and organize alumni in regional areas or simply help plan an event in your area. Find your chapter. Contact Alumni Relations for more information.

Reunion Volunteering

Reunions at Stanford GSB are extraordinary because of the many ways alumni support them. There are two primary reunion volunteer roles: event planning and fundraising. Many alumni choose to serve in multiple capacities.

Career Support

Your profile in the Stanford Alumni Directory allows you to indicate your interest in providing career support to members of the Stanford student and alumni community. You can volunteer to be a mentor, conduct mock interviews, offer industry and function advice, facilitate networking opportunities, and more.

Class Secretary

Keep in touch with your classmates and share information with others through Class Notes in the Stanford Business magazine. Contact Alumni Relations for more information.

Class Agent

Class Agents are pivotal to class fundraising efforts in the years between reunions. Nearly 30 MBA classes are included in the Class Agent program and over 100 volunteers serve as agents. Thanks to the personal outreach of the agents, these classes regularly lead Stanford GSB in annual giving participation and keep classmates connected to each other and the school. Contact the Development Office for more information.

Alumni Volunteer Awards

John W. Gardner Volunteer Leadership Award

Honors alumni volunteers who have demonstrated a history of strong commitment in many areas, frequently in a leadership role.

Stanford Associates’ Gold Spike Award

Awarded annually for distinguished volunteer leadership service to Stanford.

Alison Elliott Exceptional Achievement Award

Awarded each year to an ACT volunteer.