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Alumni are engaging with faculty, staff, and students by volunteering at Plymouth State University in many different ways – be a speaker on a panel, share your expertise by serving on advisory boards, conduct mock interviews for students, and on. Listed below are some of the current and upcoming opportunities for you to get involved and contribute to your alma mater. Use the form at the bottom of the page to let us know how else you’d like to get involved.

Featured Alumni Volunteer Roles

 

Bringing Back Greek Life!: Seeking alumni to help us start a new tradition of Greek life here at Plymouth State. We are rolling out a vision for a vibrant Greek culture and need our alumni to show up and represent their organizations at Homecoming this year. We want to display your memorabilia, visit the Greek Life tent at the football game and help us connect with your classmates at the Greek Life Breakfast Saturday 9/29.

Click Here for more and to volunteer.

Beebe River Restoration Project: Plymouth State has partnered with the NH Fish and Game Department, and Trout Unlimited to study, protect, and restore eastern brook trout populations in the Beebe River. We are seeking volunteers to join us in the field to assist with electrofishing. This method allows the study of local fish populations with minimal disruption. Connect with PSU and our partners, join our research team, and play a role in protecting this important resource. Click Here for the full story!   

Click Here to become a volunteer for the Beebe River Restoration Project.

Career Development Events: Plymouth State is seeking volunteers to engage students in developing the skills needed to launch their careers. Years of study build a foundation of knowledge preparing students for success. Career Development’s mission is to strengthen their ability communicate that experience, find their career path, and achieve professional aspirations. Career Development hosts a number of events that engage alumni in this work such as the Professional Dinner, Exploration Panels, mock interview nights, informational interviews, and much more.

Click Here to indicate your interest and we will get in touch with upcoming opportunities!

Alumni Admissions Representative: Work closely with our Admissions Office and represent your alma mater at college fairs and similar events all around the country. This is a vital role in recruiting the future incoming classes at Plymouth State. Share your knowledge and passion for Plymouth State with the next generation of Panthers. Volunteers meet with PSU staff and are equipped with the knowledge, training, outreach materials, and PSU attire needed to have a meaningful experience. Volunteers will be fully supported by the Admissions Office and Alumni Relations team. Click Here to register! 

First-Year Mentoring Program: Can you remember opening your college acceptance letter in the mail, all the excitement, followed by all those questions? Plymouth State is looking to engage alumni in welcoming and connecting with newly admitted students and their parents at events being hosted by PSU Admissions staff at area high schools. Share your story and answer questions about life at Plymouth State. Alumni will correspond with the incoming class over the summer delivering helpful and timely messaging aiding a successful transition to their first semester. Click Here to learn more and register.

Opportunities to Connect and Engage:

Looking for something different? No problem. Plymouth State is seeking volunteers to serve in a wide variety of roles. Let us know how you’d like to connect by completing the form below, and we’ll be in touch with more details.

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