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Interested in getting involved, but not sure where to start? Already volunteering, but unsure what to do next? We've designed the Alumni Volunteer Opportunities Directory to help get you started on your volunteer journey, and to expand your volunteering horizons! Watch the short video below to learn more.

Check out our volunteer job board

CompassHere, you’ll find a variety of ways to get involved with the Queen’s University Alumni Association all over the world. 

Visit our online resource centre

Chain of paper cut out people with magnifying glassBrowse a variety of tools and helpful resources to help refine and develop your volunteer skill set.

Attend Alumni Volunteer Summit 

Volunteers jumping for joyThis annual event is a terrific way to meet other volunteers, to develop your volunteering skill set, and to find out how to get involved.

Submit a Volunteer Opportunity

Submit an opportunityDo you work with Queen's alumni volunteers? If so, consider posting your volunteer opportunities on our Job Board. This is a great place to spread the word about your program, and recruit volunteers!

Please note: At this time, we are only able to accept Queen’s alumni volunteer positions. Please contact us if you are unsure whether your position is eligible for posting.

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Why volunteer?

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"Having been an international student, I feel it's very important to look after (potential) international students by getting them interested in Queen's, and also to be there for Alumni who go abroad after graduating."

Elke Beecken, MEd'84
Germany Branch President

 Learn more about current volunteers

Tell us about your volunteer interests

Checked out the Job Board, but didn't find a role that's quite the right fit? Feel free to contact us to let us know what you're interested in, and what unique skills you could bring to a volunteer role. 

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Queen's University has adopted the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement as an integral part of operational practice, to be made known to every employee and volunteer, and to be readily available to every staff member and volunteer for consistent reference and consultation. Please click here to read a condensed summary, or visit Volunteer Canada's website to download the full version. 

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For general inquiries about Office of Advancement events and programs, please call our Contact Centre at 1-800-267-7837 (toll free in Canada or the US), or 613-533-2060.