Volunteer at Tuck

Alumni Relations

For more information please contact us at tuck.alumni.relations@tuck.dartmouth.edu or 603.646.6477

Our TAG Team is here to help you. Get in touch with your class’s manager or contact us at tuck.annual.giving@Dartmouth.edu or 603.646.3214.
Club Leaders/Event Organizers Help lead one of the Tuck clubs in your region, or simply help plan an alumni get together in your area. Email tuck.alumni.relations@tuck.dartmouth.edu for more information
Class Secretaries Stay involved with the school and your classmates by writing for the Tuck Today column Tuckies love to read most.  Class notes are collected twice a year, for publication in the fall and spring editions of Tuck Today.
Share Your Expertise Are you an expert on a topic that our student clubs may find of interest? Do you work in a field that is difficult to enter, and you'd like to share your advice with students who may be interested in following in your footsteps? Do you think you would be a great panelist for student conferences, CDO panels, or club events? We know that our alumni have knowledge and expertise that is valuable and insightful, and we can help you share it. Send us a note and tell us how you want to help.
Reunion Coordinator Work with your classmates and the Tuck Alumni Relations team to organize your class reunion events.
Small Group Dinners Help arrange a Tuck alumni dinner in your area! As a host, you will help to select a location and menu, lead brief introductions at the dinner, and work with Alumni Relations to pass out name tags and track who attends the dinner. Complete this form to register your interest.

Tuck Annual Giving

Our volunteers are the backbone of TAG and our success depends on them. More than 600 alumni volunteer their time in support of Tuck and it's easy to get involved. If you need help or would like to Volunteer for Tuck please contact us tuck.annual.giving@dartmouth.edu or call 603.646.3214.
Class Head Agent (HA)
The Head Agent (or Co-Head Agents) is the principal Tuck Annual Giving volunteer for the class and leads the effort to raise annual gifts from all classmates with a goal of 100% participation. He or she helps recruit and motivate a small cadre of Assistant Head Agents and/or Reunion Giving Team members who agree to contact assigned classmates to solicit gifts for TAG. 
Class Assistant Head Agent (AHA)
The Assistant Head Agents help the Head Agent (or Co-Head Agents) to contact and solicit classmates in an effort to raise annual gifts for TAG with a goal of 100% class participation. There are typically 10-15 Assistant Head Agents, depending on the size of the class.
Corporate Agent (CA)
The Corporate Agent contacts alumni colleagues at his/her firm in an effort to boost participation in Tuck Annual Giving. Corporate Agents participate in the Corporate Competition, where firms with 3 or more Tuck alumni compete for 100% participation.
International Agent (IA)
The International Agent contacts and solicits alums in the international region or country where the agent lives or works in an effort to raise annual gifts for TAG. International Agents cover the world outside the U.S. for TAG, and compete for 100% participation in their region/country in the International Competition.
Reunion Giving Team (RGT)
The Reunion Giving Team is a group of 5‐10 classmates many of whom have significantly stretched their own reunion year contribution to make a leadership gift or are high profile members of the class. Members of this group help raise the profile of reunion giving by making a gift early in the campaign, which enables the class to develop fundraising momentum.
Student Advisory Board (SAB)
The TAG Student Advisory Board educates fellow students about Tuck Annual Giving, meets with TAG staff to brainstorm messaging to students, and cultivates potential TAG volunteers for their class.
Executive Committee (EC)*
A group of approximately twenty alumni volunteers selected to help set TAG goals and advise on overall strategy for the campaign.
*By invitation only

Career Development Office

Contact the Career Development Office about these volunteer opportunities:
Recruiting Tuck's Career Development Office invites you to participate in on-campus recruiting. Please call us at 603-646-3186 to schedule recruiting dates for the upcoming season.
Job Postings
We invite you to submit job postings for Tuck alumni and also to order the Tuck Alumni Résumé Database. Jobs will be posted within 24 hours. Please be sure to include your contact information so interested alumni can get in touch. Email tuck.cdo@dartmouth.edu or visit the Tuck School Recruiting site.
General Inquiries Please direct all other inquiries and correspondence to tuck.cdo@dartmouth.edu

Leadership Boards

Board of Overseers*
Tuck’s Board of Overseers, established in 1951, provides the Dean of the Tuck School—as well as the President of Dartmouth College, the Provost of Dartmouth College, and the Dartmouth College Board of Trustees—with advice and perspective on the strategy and operations of the Tuck School. Find out more...
MBA Advisory Board*
Tuck’s MBA Advisory Board, established in 2002, provides the Dean of the Tuck School, and those responsible for the MBA program, advice and perspective on issues related to the MBA curriculum, admissions, student life, career development, and alumni relations. Find out more...
European Advisory Board*
Tuck’s European Advisory Board, established in 2011, advises and assists the Tuck School in building its knowledge of and strengthening its initiatives in Europe. Working with the Dean’s Office and appropriate administrative departments, Board members will help to recruit the best MBA students from Europe, expand career opportunities, build relationships with corporations, assist in developing targeted programmatic and curricular activities, and strengthen Tuck’s global brand. Find out more...
Latin American Advisory Board* Tuck’s Latin American Advisory Board, established in 2012, advises and assists the Tuck School in building its knowledge of and strengthening its initiatives in Latin America. Working with the Dean’s Office and appropriate administrative departments, Board members will help to recruit the best MBA students from Latin America, expand career opportunities, build relationships with corporations, assist in developing targeted programmatic and curricular activities, and strengthen Tuck’s global brand. Find out more...
Asian Advisory Board* Tuck’s Asian Advisory Board, established in 2014, advises and assists the Tuck School in building its knowledge of and strengthening its initiatives in Asia. Working with the Dean’s Office and appropriate administrative departments, Board members will help to recruit the best MBA students from Asia, expand career opportunities, build relationships with corporations, assist in developing targeted programmatic and curricular activities, and strengthen Tuck’s global brand. Find out more...
*By invitation only

Centers + Initiatives

Contact the respective research centers to learn more about alumni volunteer opportunities:
Center for Business, Government & Society Opportunities for alumni, students, faculty, and organizations to get involved in panels, forums, and research. Click HERE to find out more.
Center for Private Equity & Entrepreneurship Contact the Center for Private Equity & Entrepreneurship HERE to inquire about involvement opportunities
Center for Digital Strategies
Contact the CDS HERE to discuss mentorship opportunities and involvement in panel discussions, research, and workshops.
Center for Leadership
Contact Annette Lyman at the Center for Leadership HERE to inquire about involvement opportunities.
Healthcare Initiative
Contact the Healthcare Initiative HERE to inquire about involvement opportunities.
Revers Center for Energy The Revers Center for Energy facilitates student education and career exploration in the global energy industry. Through speakers, independent study and consulting projects, internship support, and interactions with industry experts the Initiative will expose students to the energy industry, focusing particularly on the production, trading, and distribution of petroleum and petroleum products, natural gas, and electricity. Learn more.
Initiative for Women Tuck’s Initiative for Women provides opportunities for students, faculty and staff, and alumnae to connect around the important issues of gender dynamics and gender equality. Programming encourages open dialogue and fosters the academic, professional, and personal development of Tuck women. Learn more.

Admissions

Tuck Connections
This program matches interested prospective students with alumni volunteers and current students who most closely match their profile. Once matched, you will receive the name and contact information of the prospective student for you to follow-up with.  Matches are limited to 6 per six-month period to avoid burnout.  Email us to learn more or to sign up.