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Volunteer Resources

Alumni and student volunteers make all the difference.

Elements of a Successful Network

Network Goals

Building Connections
Support Student Success
Advocate for Public Health


To support these goals, alumni volunteers can create virtual, in-person, or hybrid programming with the support of Alumni Relations staff.

Event Programming

Alumni Spotlight Series, panel, interview, faculty presentation

Encouraged to collaborate with School, University or non-affiliated organizations

Recommend 2 per year

Student Support

Pop-up mentoring, career panel, mentor meet-up, internships/practicums

In collaboration with JHSPH Offices, Departments and Programs

Recommend 2 per year

Continued Education

Public health communications, advocacy conversations, resume workshops

Working with other alumni Networks, Bloomberg School offices, Departments, and programs

Recommend 2 per year

Supplemental Engagement

Maintain network contact list, post news articles, new research, discussion questions, share event invitations

Use Microsoft Teams for easy communication

Recommend 2 touches per month

Volunteer Leaders Needed

In collaboration with the Bloomberg School Alumni Team, alumni and student volunteer leaders can develop and strengthen a professional network within the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health community based on geographic location or interest area and engage that network to impact public health around the world.

Deepen your involvement

Volunteer Opportunities

Networks are led by a small group of alumni with an Alumni Relations staff liaison.

  • Suggest a program topic
  • Host a pop-up mentoring session
  • Recommend a collaborative partner
  • Share content, experiences and events with your network
  • Encourage others to get involved
  • Complete this form to get started!

*Time commitment varies based on interests and availability.


Microsoft Teams

Alumni, students, faculty and staff can connect in the BSPH Team!

  • Ask questions
  • Share research and content
  • Access contact lists
  • Promote appropriate events
  • Learn more about Microsoft Teams