Volunteers are an essential part of our School. They help us to keep the Avon Old Farms community close to each other and engaged with the School today.
Below are a few ways to become involved as a volunteer. If you're interested in any of the opportunities below, please get in touch with the Alumni Engagement team at email@example.com.
College Connect Mentor
This volunteering role is for current college students and recent graduates only. Serve as an informal resource to current Avon students interested in hearing more about your college. As a mentor change to volunteer, college-age alumni may answer questions over email, meet over a video call, or perhaps meet a current student on the college or university campus for an informal meeting or tour.
AOF Alumni Network Mentor
The AOF Alumni Network program connects alumni in shared fields of interest and nurtures meaningful connections among and between the alumni community.
Relationships, information, and opportunity: This is the heart of networking. Whether reviewing resumes or offering informal career guidance, offering an internship or job shadowing day, AOF Alumni Network mentors meaningfully support fellow alumni.
African American alumni volunteers in the A5 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 Avon Old Farms.
Black/African-American Student Club, GSA: Gender and Sexuality Alliance, SIMI - Students Interested in Multicultural Issues
Advanced Independent Project
Offer a one-time one-hour presentation for one to three AIP students. This program is for upperclassmen who show exceptional skill in a niche area. Given the space to experience a trade with the guidance of trained and proven professionals, students build their resumes and gain invaluable experience as they seek specialized education.
Regional Winged Beaver Club
Are you looking to connect with alumni in your area? Would you be interested in helping plan and drive attendance to those events? Then we have the right volunteer role for you –to become a Regional Winged Beaver Club Volunteer! Regional Winged Beaver Clubs are hubs of activity in their respective cities and countries.
Student Club Mentor
Be a resource for a student group or organization in person or remotely. Students from several different clubs, including Investment, Environmental, and Debate, to name only a few, would love to connect with you and involve you in their programming.