Last year Westminster Alumni volunteered more than 1,100 hours mentoring students, providing career coaching, and supporting the growth of the alumni program. Your help is critical to the Westminster Community.

Complete the volunteer application to join us in making a difference in the lives of Westminster students and alumni!

Take a Griffin to Lunch

Take a Griffin to Lunch matches alumni with students in their career field/major for a one-time meeting, usually over lunch. The program recruits alumni on an ongoing basis, however matching takes place once a year in February, giving pairs spring semester to plan a meeting date.

The program recruits alumni on an ongoing basis, however matching takes place once per year, during fall semester. The Alumni Office matches alumni volunteers and students based on academic and career interests. We will notify you of your match as soon as possible. We will also let you know if we are unable to match you with a student this semester.

*Lunch is not a requirement for participation, only a recommendation because sitting across the table can be less intimidating for students, it’s safer for first-time one-on one meeting to be a public, and a lunch meeting sets a specific time parameter. We do ask that meetings be held in a public place.

Want to be Take a Griffin to Lunch? Complete our volunteer application form to let us know you're interested!

Alumni Mentoring Program

The Alumni Mentoring Program (AMP) provides positive one-on-one mentoring relationships between undergraduates and alumni in areas that focus on: academic, career exploration, and networking advising and development. Participants are partnered for eight months, beginning in September and ending in April. Alumni are asked to meet with their student for four hours a month.

Required Elements

Individual Mentoring Opportunities Between Alumni and Students

Students and mentors meet (or connect) at least twice per month throughout the academic year.

Facilitated Saturday Sessions with all AMP students.

Saturday Sessions have four aspects.

  • A check-in/update/brainstorming session on the various mentoring relationships
  • An alumni speaker who discusses the “real world”, tough choices, successes and failures
  • Question & Answer sessions
  • Theme and activity

Want to be mentor students? Complete our volunteer application form to let us know you're interested!

Volunteer Application Form

Which volunteer activities are you interested in?