UBC’s Faculty of Forestry is proud to recognize the over 5,500 alumni who have passed through our programs. As a UBC Forestry alumnus/a, you have a lot to offer and can make a significant contribution to the Forestry community, including our faculty, students and fellow alumni. Volunteering is often an enriching and personally rewarding experience, it’s a great way to stay involved with your university, meet new people, increase your skill set, support students and have an impact on the next generation of people managing our forests and forest products.
Whether you are a Forestry graduate from the class of 1955 or 2015, we’re always looking for ways to connect with you. Here are just a few ways you can get involved and start to make a difference:
- Be a mentor
- Participate in co-op
- Support a program or student
- Join LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
- Update your address
- Volunteer with alumni UBC
- Be a reunion organizer
- Share your story
Thank you for your support
Thank you for the important role you, our Forestry alumni, play by volunteering your time speaking at events and in classes, reading for the Broad Based Admissions program, mentoring students and donating to scholarships, bursaries and to improve facilities, such as the Loon Lake Education Centre.
Although we can say thank you, we think it’s better when you hear directly from the students how your generosity impacts their lives in the video below.