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Volunteers

Volunteers are an essential part of our School. They help to keep the Choate Rosemary Hall community close to each other and engaged with the School today.

Below are just a few of the ways you can become involved as a volunteer. If you are interested in any of the opportunities below, please contact the Alumni Relations Office at alumnirelations@choate.edu.

Volunteer Admission Network

As a member of the Volunteer Admission Network, or VAN, alumni act as ambassadors of Choate to potential students and their parents by conducting interviews (both in person and via video chat), representing Choate at school fairs, and attending regional receptions.

ChoateNexus Career Networking

The ChoateNexus Career Networking program connects young alumni with experienced alumni in shared fields of interest and nurtures meaningful connection among and between the alumni and student communities.

Relationships, information, opportunity: this is the heart of networking. Whether reviewing resumes or offering informal career guidance, offering an internship or a job shadow, Choate Nexus Advisors meaningfully support fellow alumni and students.

Pathways Volunteer

The Pathways Program welcomes students of color and their families to Choate. While in Pathways, each new student of color is matched to a student mentor. The Pathways Program builds leadership skills, provides social events for having fun, and establishes a structured network of support for its mentors and mentees. 

Alumni volunteers in the Pathways Program offer their welcome to new mentees and mentors, share their experiences, and offer support and guidance. Alumni are particularly helpful with seniors and post-graduates as they navigate the college process, affirm students’ sense of belonging, and provide advice for life after Choate.

Class Agent

As a Class Agent, you promote alumni engagement and encourage Annual Fund support from members of your class. Class Agents also play a vital role in keeping classmates connected by maintaining and promoting communication and by securing updated biographic information. Alumni are more likely to contribute when contacted by a classmate; therefore, a strong Annual Fund is possible only through the efforts of our Class Agents.

College Connect

A College Connect mentor serves as an informal resource to current Choate students who are interested in hearing more about the mentor's college or university. As a mentor, college-age alumni may simply answer questions over email or perhaps meet a Choate student on the college or university campus for an informal meeting or tour.

Regional Club Volunteer 

Would you like to connect with alumni in your area? Would you be interested in helping to plan events and drive attendance to those events? Then we have the right volunteer role for you—become a Regional Club Volunteer! We have 15 Regional Clubs that are hubs of activity in their respective cities and countries. If you would like to become a Regional Club Volunteer in your area or lead an event in your city, please let us know—we’d love to work with you!

Regional Clubs

Student Club Mentor 

Be a resource for a student group or organization in person or remotely. Students from several clubs, including the International Club, Film Club, CALSA, and the Equity Club, to name only a few, would love to connect with you and involve you in their programming.