The 2014 Duff Ball.

Young Alumni Programs

Your degree is just the beginning!

Looking to get involved with Cornell post-graduation? With over 250,000 alumni worldwide and 600 volunteer organizations and clubs in 80 cities featuring 2,000+ events and programs, there’s something for everyone!

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Young Alumni Programs helps keep recent graduates—those who have graduated in the past 10 years—connected with each other and Cornell.

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Interested in volunteering for the university? Make a CUVolunteer profile to find the perfect opportunity tailored to your location, interests, skills, and time.


Connect with current students on this brand new online mentoring tool. Provide students support a range of topics from career advice to navigating life post-graduation. Sign up!

Regional Cornell Clubs and Alumni Associations

There are more than 100 Cornell communities across the globe! Getting involved in a regional club is a great way to build a professional network that spans generations and gain invaluable leadership experience.

Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network (CAAAN)

Recruit the next generation of Cornellians! CAAAN has more than 12,000 volunteers who assist Cornell Admissions in attracting the newest freshmen class. Learn more.

Class Programs

More than 1,600 volunteer class officers keep classmates in touch and engage them in events ranging from community service to wine tours to Reunion. Pay your class dues to support class-specific initiatives along with Cornell Alumni Magazine. Explore class programs.

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Amanda Massa

Associate Director, Young Alumni Programs


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