There are many ways for you to further your involvement with Saint Anselm College for personal and professional growth, and to help your Anselmian community.

Alumni and parents play crucial roles in the admission process, in supporting career services, in the planning and implementation of engagement activities, and by contributing to the longevity of the college.

In addition, volunteers are essential to our regional alumni networks and to a successful Reunion Weekend celebration each year.

  • Volunteer through the Anselmian Volunteer Network. There are many great opportunities to connect with prospective students, current students, and alumni as a volunteer with the office of admission or career services.
  • Join the steering committee for a regional network, or help your regional network in another way.

Learn more about opportunities by exploring further, or proceed directly to the Volunteer Interest Form.

For More Information

To learn more about opportunities within the Anselmian Volunteer Network, please contact:

Meaghan Lapointe
Associate Director, Alumni Relations
(603) 641-7241
mlapointe@anselm.edu

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As an AVN member, you will connect with fellow Anselmians, have a positive impact on current and prospective students, and gain a deeper understanding of the college.

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Opportunities to Make an Impact at Saint Anselm

  • Anselmian Volunteer Network

    There are many great opportunities to connect with prospective students, current students, and alumni as a volunteer with the office of admission or career services. As an AVN member, you will connect with fellow Anselmians, have a positive impact on current and prospective students, and gain a deeper understanding of the college.

    To receive more information about AVN opportunties, fill out the Volunteer Interest Form today.

    Admission Opportunities


    Alumni Representative, College Fairs
    Act as an alumni representative for Saint Anselm at a college fair in your local area. Meet prospective students and their families, answer questions that they have about the college, and gather their information to add to our inquiry pool.

    In addition, visit local high schools in your area to drop off admission materials.

    Host or Attendee, Admission Programs
    Local receptions for admitted or enrolled students and their families are a great introduction to Saint Anselm. Anselmian alumni, parents, and friends can help by hosting or attending such events.

    Caller, Admitted Students
    Call students who have been admitted to Saint Anselm, discuss your experience with the college, and answer questions that they may have.

    Book Award Sponsor
    Donate $25 to the Saint Anselm College Book Award. This award is given to over 200 high school juniors each year who demonstrate qualities that the college looks for in an applicant.

    If you express interest in this program, you will receive additional, detailed information at a later date.

    Career Services Opportunities


    Industry/Career Experts
    Throughout the year, alumni and parent volunteers share their expertise, advice and career success stories at career workshops, professional development seminars, industry panel presentations, social media discussions and networking events.

    Opportunities to participate may occur both on campus and in your local area.

    Corporate Liaisons
    We depend heavily on our alumni and parent partners to provide information relating to application procedures, organizational culture, selection processes and interviewing tips.

    A volunteer in this role will serve as a point person between Saint Anselm and his or her organization.

    Select Students and Graduates
    We seek to establish and cultivate ongoing relationships with organizations who want to interview and select our students and graduates.

    Employers may post full or part-time internship and  job opportunities for students and alumni. We also include other services available to you to help in the recruiting process.

  • Regional Volunteers

    Saint Anselm College networks are currently operating in the following regions:

    • Boston, MA;
    • Hartford, CT;
    • Manchester, NH;
    • New York, NY; and
    • Washington, D.C.

    Each regional network depends on the efforts of local alumni volunteers.

    These networks facilitate alumni connections, provide social activities, and further Saint Anselm College's goals in the realms of enrollment, career services, and alumni engagement. Each network is led by a steering committee, whose members assist the Office of Alumni Relations in the planning, promotion, and execution of four events per year.

    Each steering committee meets three to four times annually.

  • Reunion Volunteers

    Reunion Weekend is a beloved Anselmian tradition. Each year, hundreds of alumni return to the Hilltop to reminisce and reconnect. As a Reunion volunteer, you can help your friends and classmates enjoy an amazing weekend.

    Join the reunion committee for your class and help inspire your classmates to attend Reunion Weekend and contribute to the class gift. In this role, you will participate in monthly conference calls with committee members and college advancement staff. Committee members also contact classmates by phone, email, or mail to encourage attendance and giving.

  • 10 Under 10 Recognition Program

    Who says it takes years to make a difference in your community or rise through the corporate ranks? The Saint Anselm College Alumni Association is excited to announce a new recognition program for young alumni who are involved in impressive and meaningful work across a wide range of disciplines. The 10 Under 10 program proudly celebrates and showcases the successes of Saint Anselm's young alumni who are already shaping the future.

    We know many Saint Anselm young alumni are doing exceptional work in business and community service, and we hope to capture more and more of these stories. If you know someone that should be recognized in Saint Anselm's 10 Under 10 program, please fill out the nomination form or contact the Office of Alumni Relations at (888) 444-1889. A separate form must be completed for each nomination.