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There are many ways to play a role in the Conservatory’s alumni community, and we invite you to explore the varied opportunities for engagement offered here. We also invite you to share your ideas, questions, and feedback about alumni engagement any time by emailing

We deeply value your involvement and commitment to our school. Thank you!

Alumni Association

The Boston Conservatory at Berklee Alumni Association connects alumni to the Conservatory and to each other in ways that enrich both communities. The Alumni Association promotes an active alumni community with vibrant social and professional exchange.

The executive committee of the Alumni Association serves as the heart of the Boston Conservatory alumni community. As ambassadors for the school, members keep abreast of its current affairs, champion its successes, and provide financial support.

The executive committee represents alumni from all divisions and graduation years. The committee meets quarterly in Boston and inspires others to engage with the Conservatory. Members host alumni events, attend Conservatory functions, connect alumni for networking, and invite graduates to partake in volunteering.

Executive Committee

Applications are closed. The next application cycle will take place in 2018.

Alumni Association Executive Committee members serve as ambassadors for the Conservatory and play an active role in creating a vibrant, collaborative alumni community. Serving as an alumni resource and sounding board for the Conservatory, the committee members represent alumni of each division and a wide range of graduation years.

Committee Membership

The ideal candidates will be alumni who are enthusiastic about increasing personal and peer alumni engagement, have a strong desire to promote and advance the mission of the Boston Conservatory, and are interested in actively collaborating with the broad Boston Conservatory and Berklee alumni communities. Members make a one-year renewable commitment of service.

  • Participate in three out of four of the committee meetings per year in person or via teleconference.
  • Participate in committee initiatives such as hosting alumni events, contributing to alumni communications, and networking.
  • Serve as committee liaisons to academic divisions and administrative departments.
  • Lead initiatives to increase alumni networks in Boston and key geographical areas.
  • Engage fellow alumni in volunteering efforts such as mentoring current students, serving as admissions recruitment ambassadors, participating in focus groups, and facilitating workshops.
  • Donate yearly to the school's annual fund at any level.
  • Help to ensure the success of the annual fund by advocating for support among alumni and participating in alumni-specific thank you and stewardship efforts.
  • Attend Conservatory performances and events and official alumni events.

Additional specific responsibilities can be crafted based on geographic location and individual leadership interests.

Questions? Please contact or 617-747-2012.

Alumni Association Executive Committee Members

Event Volunteers

Do you enjoy making things happen and bringing people together? The Boston Conservatory at Berklee alumni community needs you! As a volunteer, you have an important role in making our events successful, and you’ll get to meet and work with other alumni.

  • Host alumni events in your area.
  • Assist with planning alumni professional development or networking opportunities.
  • Connect with fellow alumni by extending personal invitations to events and performances.

Volunteering for events is a flexible time commitment and works well within busy schedules.

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Admissions Ambassadors

Do you love talking about your experience at the Conservatory? Admissions is looking for alumni volunteers to attend regional auditions and college fairs across the country. You’ll get to share your experience and insights with prospective students and their families.

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Alumni/Student Mentoring

Alumni mentors and upperclassmen/graduate students are matched based on professional interests and artistic discipline. Alumni mentors form a one-on-one connection with their student mentee to provide insight and advice and serve as a professional resource.  

With modest commitments of time, mentors are able to stay connected to the artistry that drives the Conservatory while giving back in a meaningful way and having a lasting impact on students.

Mentoring is mutually beneficial. Your professional experience, knowledge, and insight will help students maximize their time at the Conservatory and open their eyes to the opportunities and challenges they will face after graduation. While students benefit from your experience and insight, they’ll expose you to the ideas that are shaping the Conservatory today. You will form meaningful relationships that will help prepare students and inspire them to stay connected to the Conservatory. 

Mentors and mentees are matched early in the fall semester and work together for a full academic year.

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Do YOU have a volunteer idea?

Have an idea for a way that you would like to engage as a Conservatory alumnus? 

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