“As an alumnus of BGS I really feel very proud to have been a small part of the history of the school, it is such a magical place to learn and we, as alumni, are its best ambassadors and proof of its quality. ”
Volunteers are very important to us. We never underestimate the support or effectiveness of BGS alumni and friends.
Join our fantastic volunteers and share your skills and experience with current students, or by supporting one of our projects.
First and foremost – register on this site now!
Take a look at some of the current ways to get involved below.
We really would like to hear what you enjoyed most about the school, whether that was the history, your friends, finding your nemesis amongst the staff, the town or whatever.
If you can answer one or more of the following questions, that would be so helpful:
What did you enjoy about your time at BGS?
How did the school prepare you for life?
What was your favourite thing about BGS?
Please email your quotes to firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details if you’d like to get involved.
Join our group on facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/2745360725/ and give us an update
– take a selfie doing your day job. You might be in court, working on a film set, training at an army barracks, campaigning for a political position or conducting an experiment.
– take a selfie at a place of interest near where you live to help raise awareness of our global alumni community
– tell us about an achievement you’re proud of, as we’re always keen to hear about what our alumni are up to.
– tell us about what makes you proud to have gone to BGS
We are always looking for new and exciting venues at which to host alumni events, both in the UK and overseas. If you work in, or have access to, an exclusive or prestigious building and would be willing to host an event please contact email@example.com
Commitment: Four hours (pre-event planning, as well as attendance at the event itself)
Could you mentor a student?
Our mentoring scheme aims to match BGS alumni going to University who wants to participate to an Alumni Mentor with relevant experience in the student’s career area of interest. The mentoring scheme runs each year from November until the following summer, and you should be prepared to give about an hour per month of your time. Ideally, you will be able to meet your student mentee at least once face-to-face during the scheme, mentoring can also take place by phone, e-mail and Skype.
The aim of the programme is to help students prepare to find a job when they leave University, and activities could include reviewing CVs and applications, giving information and advice about their chosen career, helping them to identify potential careers, encouraging them to source work experience and internships and being a general source of support and guidance.
We welcome interest from all alumni – you do not have to have mentored before or reached the ‘top’ of your career to be able to be a mentor and we are also keen to hear from young alumni. You will only be matched to a student where relevant and we provide guidance and support on the mentoring process.
If you are interested in mentoring a student, please sign up to the website using the members link in the menu and click on the mentoring role.
Alumni quotes and photographs feature in school resources including prospectuses, website and a range of promotional literature.
If you would be willing to give us a quote about your time here or a short personal profile, contact us now firstname.lastname@example.org