Volunteer

Haas Alumni Network

With Students

You can serve as a guest speaker, panelist, or mentor (coach) to students.

Guest Speaker or Panelist

Student clubs or conferences, regional chapters, the Cal Career Center and the MBA Career Management Group regularly need guest speakers and panelists both, in and outside the classroom.

If you're interested in serving as a guest speaker, please take 10 seconds to complete this form.

What type of speaking engagement would you like to do?


Academic Class

What topic/what kind of class/which professor?

Professional Development/Career Topic

Area of specialty/expertise:

Student Club or Conference

Chapters

Professional Faculty/Lecturer Status

Other:


Full Name (First & Last)

Degree & Year


Email address:




To Learn More:
Meg Roundy, Associate Director, Student-Alumni Relations,
meg@haas.berkeley.edu or call 510.643.5086 (Direct Line) or 510.388.1040 (Cell)

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Offer Career Advice to Haas students and alumni

Participate in Mock Interviews and Career events

  • MBA alumni: Christine Blaine in the MBA Career Management Group at blaine@haas.berkeley.edu or call 510.643.7802

  • BS alumni: David Woodward in the Cal Career Center at davidrw@berkeley.edu or call 510-642-0433

  • MFE alumni: If you are interesting in volunteering, email the MFE office at mfe@haas.berkeley.edu or call 510-642-4417

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Mentoring/Coaching
  • Executive MBA Mentoring program
    Graduates of the Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA program & Berkeley MBA for Executives program are encouraged to offer career guidance and industry expertise to current Executive MBA students.

    Contact Luke Kreinberg, EMBA Student advisor, lkreinberg@haas.berkeley.edu, or call 510.643.8234.

  • Lester Center for Entrepreneurship
    If you’re an experienced entrepreneur or investor, be a mentor or judge one of our competitions (the UC Berkeley Startup Competition, the Global Social Venture Competition or Skydeck. You’ll help startups launch, be exposed to exciting new technologies created at UC Berkeley, and expand your networks.

    For more information, email lester@haas.berkeley.edu.
  • Center for Responsible Business
    Alumni working in the field of sustainable business are encouraged to share trends and discuss possible career paths with students. Learn more about the Sustainable Business Professionals in Residence (PIR) program by contacting respbus@haas.berkeley.edu.
  • Center for Non-Profit Leadership
    Many alumni have made a social impact. To contribute to this legacy of “beyond yourself,” help students by sharing your experience. Alumni mentoring sessions are scheduled in September and January for the following semester. Join the roster of outstanding alumni helping to guide & support the next generation of path-bending leaders.

    To learn more, contact Cathy Garza, Director of Alumni Engagement, cathy_garza@haas.berkeley.edu.
  • FTMBA Finance Program
    Alumni working in the finance industry are encouraged to participate in the mentorship program aligned with three different finance fellowship programs for 1st-year MBA fellowship winners.  These fellowship programs are: the Investment Banking Fellowship, Investment Management Fellowship, and CJ White Fellowship (for all sectors of finance).

    For more information, contact Bill Rindfuss in the finance faculty group at rindfuss@haas.berkeley.edu.

  • Student Club Mentoring/Coaching Programs
    MBA and Undergraduate students arrange a wide variety of mentorship/coaching programs with alumni in specific industries through their Haas sponsored clubs and fraternities. Consult the websites below then contact the student leader to express your interest in mentoring or coaching our Berkeley-Haas students.

 

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