Over 85,000 McGill graduates call Montreal home. As a result, a number of local alumni groups work year-round to keep members connected to their alma mater, which means they are always on the lookout for new volunteers.
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McGill moms, dads, grandparents and guardians are vital members of the University community, and there are plenty of chances for you to get involved. The place to start is with the McGill Parents Association, which offers a number of programs and marquee events throughout the year. Learn more >>
One organization that will be of particular interest to Montreal parents is the International Parents Council. You can also join the Facebook page for local parents, which is a great way to introduce yourself and connect with other people from the region. Join now >>
The young people studying at McGill have always been some of the University’s most passionate supporters. One great way for students to donate their time is to join the Student Organization for Alumni Relations (SOAR) – a fun and friendly organization that works with the McGill Alumni Association.
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Another great way to volunteer is at the MAA’s annual Send-Offs for students. Held every summer in cities around the world, including in Montreal, these events let incoming McGill students meet other people from their area and ask questions before they start at the University. Student volunteers are always in attendance to share their experiences. Learn more >>
The Campus Community Committee celebrates the many achievements and contributions of our fellow McGillians and organizes a wide range of activities for the McGill community. Whether it’s staging a staff breakfast or welcoming grads during Homecoming, there is no shortage of activities that would benefit from a few extra sets of hands. Learn more >>