Chances are, you know of a Brown Club near you.

And did you know that volunteering for a Brown Club can be as flexible as you'd like? Your participation can range from helping out at a single event to taking the lead in planning the club's future.

And volunteering does much more than expand your social network. It's a career networking activity too—and, a great opportunity to gain leadership experience. 

No matter your level of participation, volunteering for a club is a chance to go beyond Facebook friendships and deepen your connection to Brown, and to your fellow Brunonians.

p.s. No Brown alumni club in your area? This might be your chance to start one!

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Why volunteer for Brown Clubs?


By volunteering for the Brown Club of DC, Jill Javier '07 familiarized herself with a new city, made friends, and gained valuable leadership skills.