WashU Engage, in its third year, aligns with the university’s commitment to supporting habits of lifelong learning and leadership for alumni and advances the Gephardt Institute’s mission of cultivating informed and actively engaged citizens. More in-depth than the classic model for community service projects, this initiative will provide an opportunity for alumni to connect with one another while learning about and reflecting on a community issue together. Over 350 alumni across the country come together each year to support their local communities and strengthen ties among WashU alumni and friends.
We are continually adding new opportunities. If you would like to participate or lead a future WashU Engage project, please fill out this short form. If you are interested in other WashU events happening in your city, please visit the events calendar.
Learn more about our WashU Engage Chicago pilot program. Spearheaded by John Crosby, AB ’69, and a dedicated planning committee, this program includes a substantive series of events over the course of 2018.