Fostering alumni connections, service

Medical School alumni, students, faculty, and staff found camaraderie and a sense of accomplishment on September 29, volunteering at Feed My Starving Children in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, during the University of Minnesota’s Day of Service.

The annual event, which engages U of M alumni, students, and friends in serving their community, is one of many ways medical alumni can stay connected with the Medical School and the University. Here are some others:

  • Host traveling students: The Help Our Students Travel program encourages medical alumni to provide lodging to students and trainees as they travel for residency and fellowship interviews. Learn more or sign up at z.umn.edu/medHOST.
  • Become an eHOST for students: Share invaluable insights and guidance on specialties, hospitals, research, local communities, and much more — digitally. Sign up to be an eHOST at z.umn.edu/medHOST.
  • Help plan your 2019 class reunion: Help us make your reunion memorable by serving on your reunion planning committee or as a reunion gift volunteer. To learn more, contact Maureen Long at mlong@umn.edu or 612-626-8045.
  • Participate on our all-new Alumni Board: We are rebuilding the Medical Alumni Society Board, which serves the needs and interests of the University of Minnesota Medical School and the medical alumni community. To apply for membership or nominate a peer, please contact the Medical School Alumni Relations team at med-alumni@umn.edu.

Stay in touch by visiting med.umn.edu/alumni or by following us on social media: @UMNMedAlumni.

Published on October 17, 2018