UCL Alumni



Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in December, people from across the globe have been social distancing. In that context, our networks and online support are more important than ever. We've developed a series of digital volunteer roles to help you stay connected, share knowledge and play an active role in supporting our global alumni community.

It’s simple. Volunteering is all about sharing.

Your time at UCL will have given you a unique view on education, work and the world around you. This understanding can help current or prospective UCL students or alumni networks around the globe, in more ways than you can imagine. But you can benefit too – build your own networks, develop your people skills and add to your own CV, all by investing a little of your time.

Interested? Here are some quick ways that you can get involved:

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Volunteer now

Get involved and find current roles.

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Volunteer support

Find tips and guides and what to expect as a UCL alumni volunteer.

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Meet our volunteers

Read the stories from our amazing UCL alumni volunteers.

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Read our alumni blog

Have a look at some of our Alumni Digital Volunteer blogs.

Why volunteer? 

As alumni volunteer Luna Irshaid explains below, volunteering can benefit you too. 

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Supporting the It's All Academic Campaign

In September 2016, UCL launched its biggest ever philanthropy and engagement Campaign to raise £600 million and 250,000 volunteer hours. Each and every volunteer hour contributes towards the It's All Academic Campaign and helps UCL support it's incredible alumni community. By the end of August 2019, the Campaign total has reached £544 million and 180,000 volunteer hours.

Find out more about the It's All Academic Campaign here