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The WashU Engage Network is in conjunction with the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement and is for all alumni, parents, and friends interested in civic and community engagement activities and discussions to deepen their connection to each other, their community, and campus life. Through Alumni and Parent Book Discussions, community service opportunities, mentoring, and expert panel discussions, the WashU community is strengthening their knowledge, responding to community needs, and creating lifelong citizen engagement.

WashU Engage Leadership

Chicago Chapter​
John Crosb
y, AB ’69, Chair

Washington, D.C. Chapter
Claire Kelly, AB ’09, Chair


Ways to get involved


Expand your Network

Join the WashU Engage LinkedIn Group – an online networking and resource group that brings together alumni, students, parents, staff, and faculty, to network, explore, discuss trends, and share information.
Update your Information  – to allow the university to keep you informed of the latest Washington University news, advancements and alumni events, we encourage you to keep your address, phone number and email address updated in our records.
Alumni Directory (login required)  –Your alumni profile lets you share information about yourself with other WashU alumni. By editing your profile, you can control which personal details (if any) other alumni and students are able to see.

Attend an Event 

WashU Engage events including, Alumni and Parent Book Discussions, community service opportunities, and panels discussions, are hosted across the country. Visit the Events Calendar  for opportunities near you.


Volunteers are vital to the success of the WashU Engage Network. There are many ways in which you can share your passion, knowledge, experience, and current community involvement with others. The Network is seeking volunteers to be:
-       Alumni and Parent Book Discussion Hosts
-       WashU Engage Site Leaders
-       Speakers at an event to share expertise and advice
-       Provide career support to students and young alumni by offering internships, assisting with mock interviews,
reviewing resumes, and serving as a mentor

If you are interested in any of these volunteer opportunities or would like to learn about other ways to contribute, ple
ase fill out the volunteer interest form. 

If you are interested in being a WashU Engage Site Leader, visit the volunteer resource page to learn more about the support that is available.

Contact Us

For more information, please email washuengage@wustl.edu or call 314-935-5212

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