Support our Work

  • Students in the Law School’s International Immersion Program visit Beijing Alumni Club President Paul Wang at his law firm in December 2012.

  • Rachael Ward speaks about the Metcalf Internship Program.

To learn about giving opportunities to support the University of Chicago Center in Beijing, please contact Michael H. Levine, Associate Vice-President, Development, University Principal Gifts, Alumni Relations and Development. You can also click the button below to make a contribution.

Contribute online to the University of Chicago Center in Beijing

Become an Alumni Volunteer

Alumni can also give back to the University by getting involved in a local alumni club, volunteering as an interviewer of applicants to the College, organizing social events, speaking with our Study Abroad students at a Beijing alumni career panel event, or attending a Summer Send-Off for admitted students.

Please contact your local alumni club leader to find out about upcoming events and Alumni Association volunteer opportunities. The Alumni and Friends website also offers information about how you can help the University through mentoring, event leadership, internship assistance, and reunion planning.

To become a volunteer interviewer of international College applicants for UChicago’s Alumni Schools Committee, visit the ASC website to find out more, or sign up directly to be an interviewer.

Please contact Misha L. Berrien, Program Coordinator at the Center in Beijing, if you are interested in speaking at career panels for current students or attending a Summer Send-Off for admitted students. More information about past activities can be found at our Past Alumni Events page.

Host a UChicago Intern

Could your company or organization sponsor an intern? University alumni interested in offering internships to UChicago undergrads should contact Rachael Ward, Senior Associate Director of Student Preparation and Experiential Education for Career Advancement, or register with Career Advancement as an employer. The Career Advancement Office has numerous volunteering opportunities, such as mentoring students, opening your China office up to a visit from current students, and giving career advice.