The Alumni Association

Alumni are ambassadors bridging the past and future of New England College. There are many ways to stay active and engaged in the life of your alma mater. Volunteer to speak to a class, assist with prospective student recruitment, plan your class reunion or other alumni event, or give a monetary gift to ensure the future of the College.

The Alumni Association of New England College consists of over 12,000 members and counting. This vibrant network includes alumni across the US and around the world. There is strength, experience, and a wide variety of talent in these numbers. The Alumni Association is led by the association president and four alumni volunteer committee chairs.  Your Alumni Association Leadership Team invite you to be engaged in the life of New England College through volunteerism with the Alumni Association Volunteer Network. Support from alumni will ensure that the College will remain strong well into the future.

The Alumni Association Volunteer Network

The Alumni Association  Volunteer Network and New England College offer a wide range of volunteer opportunities designed to respond to critical needs of the College.  Built on the foundation of alumni volunteer interest, the most critical areas of need for NEC, and representing the future success of New England College, the Alumni Association Volunteer Network will focus on the following four areas:

Event planning
Admission Support
Career Development

Each of these focus areas will be led by alumni volunteers who provide experience, guidance, and relevance to his or her area.  Volunteers will work directly with the alumni relations office to ensure that all initiatives are mission focused.  We expect that these focus areas will offer a tangible opportunity for alumni to be involved.

The benefit to the volunteers include: 
Helping future generation of NEC students and future alumni
Meaningful activity for your life and for your resume
Connections that help you and your career
A sense of pride, giving back to a place that helped guide your own transformation
Adding value to your degree

The New England College Alumni Association Volunteer Network Focus Areas

Leonardo Angiulo ’03 - Chair
The Alumni Admissions Volunteer Network plays a key role in helping New England College reach it admissions and enrollment goals. Volunteers will work directly with the admission staff to:
Participate at Open Houses/Accepted students day
Call/email accepted students 
Refer a student to NEC 
Visit local high schools to promote the NEC experience with guidance counselors and/or students 
Host or attend a reception for accepted students in your area 

Career Development
Gary Desimone ’84 - Chair
The Alumni Career Development Network plays a key role in the retention and success of New England College students by:
Participating on a career panel 
Assisting with mock interviews 
Providing internship opportunities
Sharing your story of professional success 
Create your professional profile on LinkedIn and join the New England College alumni network.   
Host a career-day at your place of work 

Spencer Marzouk ’12 - Chair
The Alumni Fundraising Network plays a key role in securing the future of New England College by:
Making a gift to the Opportunity Fund each year
Become a class agent and making reunion giving a priority
Joining students callers and making calls during phonathon
Working with the development office as a gift agent attending events and sharing  stories of philanthropy

Stephanie Lesperance G’06 – chair
The Alumni Event Planning Network plays a key role in the successful planning and execution of alumni focused networking and reunion events by:
Planning/Hosting regional alumni gatherings
Fall Festival/Class Reunion Planning
Golf Classic Planning

We are excited about the opportunities that this new action based model provides for alumni and New England College.  Getting involved couldn’t be easier.   Simply let us know the area in which you are most interested in participating by filling out the Volunteer Interest Form and we will make it happen.