The Alumni Admission Network (AAN) consists of Babson alumni who assist the Office of Undergraduate Admission by conducting informational interviews with prospective students, attending high school college fairs in the spring and fall, contacting prospective and admitted students and attending receptions as needed. For more information, contact Undergraduate Admission.
Be an Alumni Ambassador for the graduate school and share your expertise with candidates for Babson’s graduate programs. Join the Graduate Admissions team at informational events and MBA fairs across the country and around the world, recommend high-potential candidates for Babson’s full-time or working professional degree programs, or even assist with the interviewing of our prospective students. For more information, contact Graduate Admission.
GRADUATE SCHOOL - OFFICE OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
Our new MBA course - Managing Talent: Your Own and Others - gives graduate students an opportunity to learn about talent management through self-applied concepts and the creation of a personal developmental learning plan. Become a Developmental Learning Partner and share your “real world” perspective and business expertise while assisting a full-time MBA student during a one-on-one session! Please contact the Office of Experiential Learning.
coaching for leadership and teamwork program
CLTP provides undergraduate students with constructive developmental coaching on their leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills early in their careers. Developed by Babson Professors Joseph Weintraub and James Hunt, the program is closely tied to Babson’s undergraduate curriculum, with a focus on building self-knowledge and empowering students to help shape their personal development.
Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship
The Blank Center values your expertise as alumni entrepreneurs. We invite you to share your time and talent in the following ways: mentors, one-on-one meeting facilitators, workshop facilitators, and business plan alumni evaluators. To serve in one or more of the volunteer roles listed above, please contact the Blank Center.
Undergraduate Center for Career Development (CCD)
The involvement of alumni in Babson’s career education, internship, and recruiting programs is an invaluable resource to current students and alumni. Career Expo, the Externship Program, and several other career programs are some of the various opportunities that alumni are welcome to participate in as volunteers. Contact Undergraduate CCD for more information.
Graduate Center for Career Development (CCD)
MBA alumni serve as a valuable resource to current students through recruiting, activities, Career Expo, student clubs, career education and advice, affinity groups, mentoring and mock interviews. Volunteers are a welcome addition to the Center for Career Development. Contact Graduate CCD for more information.
Developmental Learning Partners (DLP)
As a DLP, you will help full-time MBA students explore options and put their development plan thinking to the test! Our new MBA course, Managing Talent: Your Own and Others provides students with the opportunity to create a personal development plan. Bring along your coaching mindset, career insights, “real world” perspective, and business expertise and assist a student during a one-on-one session with their development plan through feedback! For more information, please contact the Office of Experiential Learning.
Babson Alumni Supporting Entrepreneurs (BASE)
Babson Alumni Supporting Entrepreneurs is a Babson College alumni volunteer resource organized to transfer the entrepreneurial experience with business knowledge from Babson alumni to Babson alumni and students to assist them in their business endeavors. For more information, contact Kathryn Shilling.
Coaching for Leadership & Teamwork (CLTP)
CLTP provides undergraduate students with constructive developmental coaching on their business skills early in their careers. More than 800 volunteers are needed each year and they provide invaluable service to the students by helping them understand the variety of skills needed to succeed in the working world. Contact Program Coordinator Jackie Harris and visit the CLTP website to learn more.
Center for Women’s Leadership (CWL)
Alumni volunteers are needed to help with interviewing candidates for Women's Leadership scholarships, mentoring students in the Women's Leadership program, and assisting these students in their career development. Providing internships and employment opportunities is another way to help with this important initiative. Learn more.
Participating in the corporate tour program provides an invaluable opportunity for students to visit companies, observe and integrate classroom learning into a real business setting, identify challenging business issues, and apply and present their creative and innovative thinking in a final presentation to company management. For more information, contact Undergraduate CCD.
Undergraduate: Volunteering as a company sponsor for the Management Consulting Field Experience (MCFE) is a unique opportunity for nonprofits and small or large companies to have a team of students address a current business need, and for students to gain real work experience.
Alumni can also build their company's brand on campus by inviting students for a facility tour as part of the Organizing for Effective Management Curriculum. Students will provide insight and feedback to your organization. For more information, email Undergraduate CCD.
Graduate: Volunteering as a company sponsor through the Graduate Office of Experiential Learning links your company with student project teams. In the Babson Consulting Alliance Program (BCAP) you will be matched with students during their first year of the Two-Year MBA. If you would like to work with more experienced students your company can be a project sponsor in the Management Consulting Field Experience (MCFE). Either program is a unique opportunity to have a team of students address a current business need, and for students to gain real work experience. For more information, email email@example.com.
The Fund for Babson
Volunteers for The Fund for Babson are asked to reach out to their peers each year to solicit philanthropic support for Babson. They provide a valuable service and the financial support that strengthens the student programs and enriches the educational, cultural, and personal lives of Babson students. In each of our volunteer programs—Class Agent Program, Reunion Gift Committees, and The Parent’s Council—fundraising volunteers are encouraged to reach out to their peers, solicit philanthropic support, and steward the donors that make a Babson education possible. Learn more.