Get Involved at The Chicago School

Alumni and friends can contribute to the success of The Chicago School by volunteering their time and talents. There are many ways for alumni and friends to give back. Some departments and programs that would benefit from alumni volunteers include:

Alumni Referral Network

The goal of the ARN is to identify alumni who are willing to offer free mental health services for our students. By collaborating with The Chicago School, you can contribute to students' personal development. For more information, read the FAQs or visit the Health and Wellness website.

Career Services

Students can benefit from speaking with an alumnus/a regarding your job, your field, or your career path. Alumni are invited to sit on career panels to discuss job search strategies, opening your own practice, alternative careers, managing work/life balance as well as other insightful topics.

Community Engagement

Is your place of work interested in becoming one of The Chicago School's Community Partners? Community Partners offer assistantships, community-based research and service learning experiences for current TCSPP students. Additionally, alumni can volunteer for one day service projects with faculty, staff and students.

Host Committee for Alumni Events

The Alumni Relations Office plans a variety of events for alumni throughout the year. By acting as a part of a host committee, alumni can assist the office with reach out to fellow classmates and colleagues.  

Mentoring Program

The Chicago School is excited to launch the LINK Alumni Mentoring Program in Fall 2011. By serving as a mentor, alumni can expand students' knowledge beyond the classroom. This is an opportunity for alumni to provide students with insight and offer them guidance and support. This program is flexible, does not require a large time commitment, and utilizes a LinkedIn group. To learn more and sign up, click here


The Chicago School of Professional Psychology's Professor-For-A-Day Program brings clinicians, professionals, and business leaders into the classroom to provide students and faculty with the most current perspectives on the field of psychology, opportunities and challenges facing the mental health practitioner, and new and unique ways that psychology is impacting people, communities and businesses. This program is currently available at the Los Angeles, Westwood and Irvine Campuses.


The Chicago School is in need of alumni representatives interested in attending prospective student events throughout the country. Alumni will provide insight on their experiences as a student at The Chicago School, as well as their path after graduate school.

Research and Survey Participants

Do you remember how hard it was to collect data for your research projects or find subjects for assessment reports? Alumni can assist Chicago School students with research projects by participating as research and testing subjects. Alumni who express interest in serving in this capacity will be contacted by email with additional details when opportunities arise.

Site Supervisor

Are you interested in supervising a TCSPP practicum/internship student at your workplace? Site supervisors collaborate with the Applied Professional Practice department which coordinates field placement.

Student Organizations

Student groups are always interested in having alumni speak to their respective groups on various topics relating to their organization or the field of psychology.

To get involved with any of these opportunities, please fill out this form.