Engaging with Babson
Long after orientation ends, there are a variety of opportunities to stay connected to Babson: volunteer, give, and advocate.
of parents report that they are either very satisfied or satisfied with their student’s undergraduate education.
express a willingness to recommend Babson to a high school senior interested in a career in business.
In partnership with the Babson's Alumni and Friends Network, regional and on-campus volunteer opportunities are held throughout the year. Parents and families are welcome to get involved with any of the volunteering opportunities listed on the Alumni and Friends website.
A trademark volunteer program at Babson is the Coaching for Leadership and Teamwork Program (CLTP). As a coach, you’ll provide invaluable feedback to undergraduate students, while connecting with alumni, and industry experts. The time our parent coaches give to CLTP allows the program to remain so successful year after year.
Babson is fortunate to have a strong tradition of support and involvement from families who generously give their time, financial resources, and expertise. You can get involved by supporting The Fund for Babson, , volunteering for Babson events both on and off campus, hosting regional receptions, or assisting with mentoring, internships, and employment opportunities for Babson students. Each gift to The Fund for Babson supports the College's top three priorities: scholarships and fellowships, faculty excellence, and student life. Gifts to The Fund for Babson contributed to the success of The Babson Rising Campaign.
For more information, please contact Sharon Mintz, manager of parent programs and giving, at 781-239-5234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
As members of the Babson family, you are some of our greatest advocates. Get involved by attending an event either on campus or in your neighborhood. In addition, our Ambassador Toolkit provides you with a variety of materials to keep you up-to-speed on Babson facts, strategy, and messaging, as well as how you can get involved.