Looking for a fun, low-key way to volunteer for Wayland that doesn’t take much time? We’ve got the perfect opportunity for you!
Class Correspondents play an important role in helping to maintain the strong sense of community among Wayland alumni and establishing links with classmates who have lost contact with the Academy. They are the communications liaisons between the school and their classmates. We’ll provide you with a list of your classmates’ email addresses so you can send out a call for news and other event communications.
We are always looking for new spaces for alumni events in major cities. If you're willing to host an alumni or networking event at your home or workplace, please let us know.
Regional volunteers help to plan happy hours, alumni panels, service projects, affinity gatherings, and other alumni activities across the country. Each year, volunteers are active in cities including, but not limited to Milwaukee, Chicago, Twin Cities, Seattle, Milwaukee, and Los Angeles. If you're not in one of these cities, we welcome volunteers to plan events in their local areas.
Modeled after TED talks, our REDtalks
speaker series highlights alumni who wish to share a topic of interest with the rest of the Wayland community. It does not matter if you are you an author, artist, or marketing executive, all our alumni have knowledge, skills, and hobbies that others find extraordinary. Each ten-minute REDtalk
is pre-recorded and can be recorded in the comfort of your own home.