The Alumni Association offers dozens of ways to get involved with the Johns Hopkins community. No matter your interest, background, hometown, or availability, we’ve created a vast array of opportunities for you to become active in the life of the university.
Getting involved's easy, but before you do, become familiar with our Volunteer Code of Conduct.
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Get Involved with Your Local Chapter or Affinity Group
New to New York? Lost in London? Chances are there are other Johns Hopkins graduates in your city who are eager to welcome you to your new surroundings. There are almost 100 regional and affinity communities worldwide, all of which are dedicated to planning fun events that promote alumni interaction. Learn more about your chapter or club and get involved.
Got interests? Of course you do. The Alumni Association is always seeking alumni leaders to help guide our communities. With your help, we can strengthen the Johns Hopkins alumni community together.
Become a Hopkins Promoter
Stay connected. Share. Win rewards.
Become a social media ambassador - a Hopkins Promoter - and help spread the word about the latest news and events going on at Hopkins to your friends, followers, and colleagues on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Each time you share content, you’ll earn points for more chances to win prizes. Learn more and sign up at alumnijhu.socialtoaster.com.
Help with a Reunion Committee
If you would like to help plan reunion events for your class, you can join your class committee. Call the Homewood Reunion and Homecoming team at the Central Office of Alumni Relations at 410-516-5185, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Handshake - Johns Hopkins' career services platform
Handshake is a powerful career services platform that connects job posters and job seekers at all career stages. Offered across all nine academic divisions of Johns Hopkins, Handshake is a one-stop-shop career tool, allowing job seekers to create an online profile and access openings posted by approved employers—a group that numbers 50,000 across all industries—and sorted for their particular interests and experience.
Alumni Council Nominations
The Alumni Council is a 63-member governing body of the alumni association. It meets once a year to establish policy, reacquaint members with the university and its programs, and advise the university on alumni affairs. Members, who must be nominated, serve three-year terms, renewable once. They must annually support the development efforts of the university. For more information, contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 800-JHU-JHU1 (800-548-5481) or 410-516-0363 (in Baltimore and outside the U.S.), or email email@example.com.