Carnegie Mellon University

Alumni Association


There are a number of ways to volunteer for Carnegie Mellon University and share your pride and experiences. The section below provides information about some of the ways to get involved with the Carnegie Mellon University Alumni Association. Complete the Volunteer Interest Form if you want to be contacted about becoming a volunteer.

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Regional Networks
Alumni groups based on location (St. Louis, Chicago, San Francisco, Hong Kong, etc.)
Identity Networks

Alumni groups based on affinity (Catholic, Carnegie Mellon Black Alumni Association, CMUOut, Hispanic-Latino Alumni Association)

Student Organization Based Networks

Alumni groups based on student organizations (AB [Activities Board], AB Tech, Alpha Phi Omega, Buggy, Crew, Delta Upsilon, Kiltie, Scotch 'n' Soda,The Tartan)


Any group or class year looking to get together at Homecoming or Spring Carnival. The CMU Alumni Association coordinates reunions for the 50th, 25th and 10th/5th at Spring Carnival.

TartanTalks/Take a Tartan to Work

Career and Professional Development Center programs that provide undergraduate students with valuable exposure to the professional world through job shadowing or virtual informational interviews.

Job Posting/On-Campus Recruiting

Opportunities to share open positions and/or recruit current students and alumni to your company.

Professional Development Presenter

On-campus, regional or virtual opportunities to share your professional knowledge with current students or alumni.
Additionally the university at large offers other great opportunities to volunteer and be a part of the continuing life of the university. These can include:
  • Athletics
  • Admissions/CMAC
  • College and Department
  • and More...

Become a Volunteer

Volunteer Interest Form

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