Getting Involved

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Don’t see your city listed?
Why not volunteer to host a Global Alumni Celebration in your local city?

Our GAC volunteers are what make this event a success each year. Without the support of our global alumni such an event would not be possible.

Our volunteers form the bond that connects our MBS community on a global scale and whether this is the only event they participate in throughout the year, they play a vital part in this annual celebration.

What’s involved

Organising a local activity or event for your city’s celebration.

  • Deciding on what to do – you may wish to consult other alumni in your area.
  • Find a suitable venue based on; location, affordability, parking, public transport.

Rounding up the troops.

  • Using the School’s communications as the overarching event marketing, you will need to be the main point of contact for your celebration.
  • Reach out to alumni through LinkedIn, Facebook and via email (we will supply any local listed contacts allowing event information to be sent to them).
  • Use your own networks on the ground to get people to participate.

Support the School.

  • Help us clean up our data contact lists by forwarding through any updated details or bounce backs so we can amend our records.
  • Promote the Global Alumni Celebration – it is the one major annual alumni event that is focused on connecting our global community on the same day!


Our fully resourced Alumni Relations department is here to support you; with a dedicated member of staff to guide you through every step of the way, to help turn your event into lifelong memories.

Remember; it doesn’t matter if you are 2 or 50 joining in celebration, your involvement is important in helping us connect our community across the globe.

Think you can do all of this with the support of our Alumni Relations office? Contact our Networks and Volunteers Manager, Natalie Jose, to register your interest and participate today!

E: alumni@mbs.edu

E: l.denton@mbs.edu

P: +61 3 9349 8798