Alumni who want volunteer opportunities to stay connected with Mayo Clinic are sure to find something that’s just right for their interests, whether on a short- or long-term basis.
Consider some of the following opportunities to stay connected, or contact the Alumni Center to suggest your own ideas.
- Mentor. Students, residents and fellows would love to gain your insight. Consider sharing your time and valuable experiences by speaking at a program for students at a Mayo facility or connecting one on one where you live and work. You might choose to reach out to recent graduates moving to your area, or host a visiting student in your home, a level of support which helps them manage their travel budget during the interview process. Any of these informal mentoring activities can play an important role in assuring our students have success at every stage of their transition from student to professional.
- Leadership. Consider serving on the MCSHS Alumni Association Board of Directors, offer to organize activities in your area, or participate in the annual meeting or CME programs.
- Humanitarian Service. Use your skills to serve the underserved. Learn more by contacting Mayo Clinic Abroad.
- Hospitality at Mayo Clinic. Volunteers at Mayo Clinic locations provide Mayo patients and visitors with hospitality, services and information in inpatient or outpatient settings. If you are interested in volunteering at Mayo Clinic, opportunities are available in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota.
To volunteer as a mentor or host, offer to serve on the Alumni Association Board of Directors or obtain more information on any of these opportunities contact the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences Alumni Association.