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John Jay College degree holders are eligible for membership in the Alumni Association. Membership provides access to campus, including the library and Jay Walk, and an Alumni Card.
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Samantha Jimenez, an ¡Adelante! student and SASP Peer Success Coach, admits she was initially hesitant to apply for internships, but after encouragement from a John Jay alumna she changed her mind and threw her hat in the ring.
“I worried I didn’t have ‘the goods’ to compete,” says Jimenez, “but I found support through the College’s Alumni Mentorship Program. They paired me with Bianca Hayles ’20. She pushes me to pursue opportunities and says, ‘Don’t be nervous. You got this.’
Share your professional expertise and experiences, cultivate students’ aspirations and build meaningful partnerships with student scholars.
March 23: From Side Hustle to LLC: ABC’s of Entrepreneurship from Successful John Jay Alumni Women
April 21: The Cammett Lecture Series for Economic Justice and Social Change will feature a special guest speaker who will discuss how to be a fierce advocate for justice.
May: JayChat with Interim Dean Janice Johnson Dias, who will shepherd our student scholars through the process of being competitive in today’s job market.
Invest today in the next generation of justice leaders.
No matter the amount, your investment will support a community of over 15,000 students anchored by more than 1,300 faculty members, including Pulitzer Prize- winners and Stockholm Prize- winners.
Your generosity will serve our proud Hispanic-Serving and majority Minority-Serving Institution as we reflect a diversity of voices and empower our students to challenge the status quo, cultivate their passions for solving social problems, and become agents of change across industries.
Your partnership will enable us to architect a network of programs and services that advances academic achievement, cements graduation completion, and prepares our student scholars for competitive positions in post-graduate careers, professional schools, or graduate programs.
The Board is an elected group who serves as ambassadors, represents the collective voice of alumni and partners with us to ensure student success and faculty advancement.
- Julius C. Caranda '11 '18, President
- Kwan-Lamar Blount-Hill, '20, 1st Vice President
- Cortanay Parker, '16 '19, 2nd Vice President
- Jeffrey Bass,'96 '98, 3rd Vice President
- Melody Wen '14, Treasurer
- Torey McNeil '17, Historian
- Mendijoy Maxwell '10, Secretary