Your time, enthusiasm, and financial support increase the prestige of your alma mater, enhance the alumni community, and allow students to make the most of their GW experience, inside and outside of the classroom.
The GW SMHS Office of Alumni Relations invites medical alumni to volunteer to host fourth-year medical students traveling for their residency interviews or who have matched in your area.
Started Spring 2010, our Admitted Student Receptions proved to be an excellent way to connect the future of GW School of Medicine with its legacy — our alumni.
The GW Healing Clinic is operated by GW students to provide care for underserved populations in and around the District of Columbia and is need of physician volunteers.
Explore ways you can volunteer with the GW Physical Therapy Program to connect with students and the community.
Our alumni are critical to our PA program's success! Explore ways you can volunteer with the GW PA Program to connect with students and the PA community, including becoming a clinical preceptor.
We are building a strong and growing community of dedicated clinical research professionals. As we look to the future of this industry and profession, we are asking our alumni to get more involved in order to support our current students, build our alumni networks, and invest in program initiatives.
Each fall, volunteers assist the Alumni Office with reaching out to classmates to encourage attendance, planning class social activities, helping reach our class giving goals, and providing memorabilia from their time at GW.
The role of each school representative is to create greater awareness of alumni engagement opportunities within their respective school alumni communities. Ideally, representatives will serve as primary intermediaries between the GWAA, the school alumni body, and the school student body who are future alumni.