We value your involvement as alumni, whether attending events, hiring a co-op student, mentoring our current students or making a financial investment in Applied Health Sciences. Without your engagement and support, we couldn’t continue to push boundaries, make new discoveries and inspire the next generation of AHSSIES!
Become a guest speaker to an alumni or student audience. Contact our Alumni Advancement Officer to discuss this possibility and your area of interest/experience.
Give advice to students and answer questions on career choices and what to expect when they join the real world. Contact the Alumni Advancement Officer to learn about our online mentorship program, and our annual Speed Networking event.
Attend a Faculty alumni event! Connect with other alumni and faculty/staff. See upcoming events.
Be an ambassador
Consider financially supporting a Faculty priority project or initiative of your choice. Your donations make a difference.
Can you spot potential? Refer an outstanding high school student to one of Waterloo's undergraduate programs. Promote the University of Waterloo to friends, neighbours and family.
The Kinesiology Co-op program is extremely valuable to our organization. Not only do we benefit from high caliber, professional, and hard-working students, we also gain insight into the latest academic research and have an ongoing stream of highly qualified candidates to supplement our recruiting efforts."
Winnie Ip (BSc '02 Kinesiology Co-op)
Director of Consulting
Do you know an outstanding alum making an impact in their field or community? Nominate them for an Alumni Achievement Award.
Send us your updates
Applied Health Sciences Alumni are doing amazing things! If you've been in the news lately, contact our Alumni Advancement Officer with the details so we can share your accomplishments on our News page.
If you have an exciting job that may be of interest to our current or prospective students, contact our Alumni Advancement Officer. We are always looking for Alumni doing cool and interesting things to profile.