Student Recruitment and Outreach
We are always looking for parents and alumni to serve as admissions
ambassadors for UMBC. As a volunteer in this capacity, you can personally
share your experiences with prospective students and their parents.
Receptions and college fairs are held throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania,
New Jersey and New York. You can also assist via phone or on campus at
New Student Day in April. To volunteer for one or more events, please
contact Lori Smith Watson, associate director of Admissions, at (410)
455-2272 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UMBC graduates are among the best and brightest in the workplace. The
Career Development Center provides numerous services to help employers
connect with our quality candidates. If you are looking for a new
graduate or an established professional, please contact Lorie
Logan-Bennett, assistant director of the Career Development Center, at
(410) 455-2216 or via email at
UMBC students need hands on experience in the workplace. Internships are
structured, part-time work experiences of 8 to 10 hours a week for a
semester or summer. Students can choose to work in public, private or
non-profit sector organizations throughout the Baltimore-Washington
region. Interns may or may not be paid, but can always choose to earn
academic credit connected to their experience. If you can provide an
internship, please contact Michele Wolff, director of work and service
learning programs at The Shriver Center, by calling (410) 455-2493 or via
email at email@example.com.
If you are interested in any of these volunteer opportunities, please contact the appropriate staff member or sign the Parents Information Form and we will be in contact with you.