Stay Engaged: Alumni

There are many ways to stay involved with the Center for Social Justice after graduation. Alumni volunteer for a day of service, serve as a speaker for a CSJ event, engage through social media, or visit CSJ during Reunion Weekend. CSJ seeks to remain connected to its rich and extensive alumni network. 

Make a donation        

You can make an online donation to the CSJ by following this specific link. Every gift to the CSJ goes a long way - thank you for your generosity! Contact CSJ’s Financial and Administrative Officer, Lauren Johannesson McCoy, with any questions or for directions on how to direct your donation towards a particular CSJ program.

Fill the Gap

The Georgetown Assistance Program (GAP) through the Center for Social Justice is seeking your help with social justice and volunteer programs, when Georgetown students are studying for finals and away during breaks, in between semesters, and over summer. CSJ needs faculty, staff, and alumni assistance during this time so that the populations we work with can continue to receive services and remain engaged in impactful programming even when our student volunteers are away. CSJ has two opportunities available with a wide range of time options, seven days a week.

MLK Day of Service

Through the MLK Day of Service in January, Georgetown alumni are invited to serve alongside current students, faculty, and staff and DC community members. Alumni engage in service projects ranging from making care packages for sick children at NIH Children's Inn to making sandwiches for Martha's Table to working with the elderly at Carver 2000. While serving, alumni connect with fellow Hoya graduates, current Georgetown undergraduates and DC community members.

Connect with CSJ During Reunion Weekend

CSJ is thankful to be the recipient of books for its programs donated by alumni returning for Reunion Weekend. Alumni are encouraged to drop donations off at the Story Time at Alumni House event on Saturday, May 31st, 11:00AM - 12:30PM and learn more about CSJ’s literacy programs. At this event, Mrs. Theresa DeGioia (C’89), wife of Georgetown President John J. DeGioia, will engage children of alumni with a story time. Children will then enjoy snacks and activities with CSJ team members.

Be a Speaker for CSJ

CSJ is eager to connect with local, national and global alumni who are working for social justice around the world. Alumni share their experiences, advice, stories and knowledge as guest speakers for classes, special events and training workshops. CSJ regularly hosts Georgetown alumni who are teachers, principals, community-based organizers, and public service leaders in a wide range of social justice-related fields to meet with and inspire current students. Alumni interested in serving Georgetown in this way are enouraged to contact CSJ’s Executive Director, Dr. Andria Wisler.

Connect with CSJ on LinkedIn

Join Social Justice Allies, CSJ’s Alumni group on LinkedIn. Stay connected with fellow Hoyas committed to working for social justice in DC and around the world.

Like CSJ on Facebook

Follow CSJ’s daily events and notifications via Facebook. Enjoy photos, videos and posts about student, faculty and alumni community engagement work in DC, nationally and globally.

Share an internship, service opportunity or job in social justice

Alumni at organizations, think tanks, schools and companies with social justice missions and commitments are invited to share information regarding internship, service opportunity or job opportunities for current Georgetown students. Alumni can email posts with detailed information to csjweb@georgetown.edu. Posts will be shared with current students through listserv networks.

Complete the CSJ Alumni Interest Form

We love to hear from you! Click here to complete the CSJ Alumni Interest form, and tell us what you've been up to since graduation and how you'd like to connect with CSJ.