5 Minutes for Kenyon?

At Kenyon we depend on your gifts of time and attention as well as financial support. If you have just five minutes, you can make an important contribution to this campaign. We encourage you to complete one of the activities below designed to spark career conversations between students and alumni, identify future Kenyon students, and keep you informed and connected about all things Kenyon. 

Get Involved

Ways You Can Help Make a Difference in Our Path Forward

Pay It Forward

Alumni are an invaluable source of career advice to students, and an essential element to what makes the Kenyon experience so rewarding. Support students’ exploration of professional possibilities and join the Kenyon Career Network's new platform powered by Wisr. Getting started is simple. Just use your LinkedIn account and create your KNC profile.

Next-Gen Kenyon

No one knows Kenyon better than our alumni. Do you know a high school student for whom Kenyon might be a good fit? Sing out! Tell us about them and help recruit the next generation of students to the Hill

Show Up and Be Counted

Have you moved or changed jobs? Don't miss out on the next issue of the "Alumni Bulletin" or invitations to Kenyon events happening in your area. Share your contact information with Kenyon. You can check the address we have for you at the end of the "Kenyon News Digest," Kenyon's monthly electronic newsletter. If your information has changed, use the link in the newsletter or the button below to send us an update.

Follow Us!

One of the most important ways you can help Kenyon is to be an informed member of the Kenyon community. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel to keep up on all the Kenyon news.

Other Volunteer Opportunities

Looking for other ways to be closely involved with Kenyon? Learn more about Reunion Planning committees, Alumni Council, Parents Advisory Council, and the Kenyon Fund Executive Committee, or contact Scott Baker, associate vice president of alumni and parent engagment.