Chapter Events/Opportunities


BC Global Days of Service

When: May 20, 12:30-2:30
Where: San Diego Food Bank

Join the Boston College community in Global Days of Service as we sort food at the San Diego Food Bank. We will likely head to nearby Ballast Point to relax afterwards.

Children ages 11 and up only.

Registration is open
To register:
Click “Create an account”
Create a user name and password, click next
Enter join code “bca1“ (join code is case sensitive), click next
Fill out account information and click “finish”
Scroll to the event date 5/20 and register for the shift “Afternoon Shift Warehouse Volunteer” 12:30pm – 2:30pm by clicking on the green sign-up circle next to the shift.

General notes:
Must wear close-toed shoes.
Plan on arriving 10-15 minutes early for the shift. Late arrivals may not be permitted to volunteer.
Volunteers must be 11 years old or older. Volunteers aged 6-10 years may only participate in guided tours.
Volunteers aged 11-15 must be accompanied by an adult. We require a ratio of 1 adult for every 4 children.

BC Alumni SD Women’s Brunch

When: Sunday, June 11th

Where: Davanti (12955 El Camino Real, San Diego, California 92130)

In light of recent public discussion on the value of a liberal arts education, many are becoming critical of the role a liberal arts education plays in their career choices. This will be the first of a series of brunch events for professional women of all ages who graduated from Boston College and embarked on careers that started in Chestnut Hill.

The goal is to provide a platform on which alumni can reflect on ways the liberal arts education they received at BC, shaped their professional journeys. It is an opportunity for women to exchange the experiences they had at Boston College and how those experiences be they academic or social, might have influenced and enriched their career pathways.

Please spread the word to local female BC graduates! RSVP to


Dinner with Eight Strangers: Young Alumni Mentoring

Let’s strengthen our professional networks by trying something new! Are you an alum over the age of 35 who would host eight other alumni for dinner in an effort to support young alumni. The idea is for four alumni over 35 and four alumni under 35 to come together to break bread and hopefully forge lasting partnerships.

Depending on interest, the goal will be to match eight professionals in similar or tangential fields. Please email Lissa Tsu at if a) you are an alum over 35 who would host eight for dinner; b) you are an alum over 35 who would like to attend to potentially mentor young alumni, but cannot host at this time; c) you are an alum under the age of 35 who would like to attend. Please include the field of work you are in.




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