Explore some of our more niche opportunities below, or get in touch via alumni@imperial.ac.uk  if you'd like to suggest a way to help.

Opportunities

Become an Alumni Champion for neurodiversity in STEM

The 2eMPowerproject delivers unique STEM workshops designed to support and inspire high ability students with learning disabilities (dyslexia, dyspraxia, AD(H)D or high functioning autism). We are looking for alumni working in STEM, who have a learning difference, to support the project share their experience at a workshop, in a case study or as a guest speaker. 
 
 
Location: London
Time Commitment: Various, depending on activity

Help the School of Public Health with Dementia Prevention Research

The CHARIOT Register has been organised by the School of Public Health at Imperial College London. It is a list of healthy individuals who would like to be contacted about research studies into the prevention of dementia. Their research aims to better understand dementia; the risks of developing the disease and what factors might protect against it. This will allow them to develop methods for early prediction or prevention. 

To join the CHARIOT register you must be 50-85 years old and have no diagnosis of dementia or memory problems. 

If you are interested in joining the register or would like more information, please contact The Chariot Register Team on dementia.prevention@imperial.ac.uk or call 020 7594 8886. Further information can also be found on their website.

Location: Various
Time Commitment: Various 

Exhibit or speak at Imperial Lates

The Imperial Lates series launches at the start of the2018-19 academic year with evenings themed around Green Tech, Infection, Maths, Fashion, and Women@Imperial.We are looking for alumni who are keen to inspire, entertain, gain new perspectives on their research or actively interact with the public, to participate as speakers or exhibitors at the Lates. 

Find out more and submit your proposal here >>

Location: South Kensington Campus, London
Time Commitment: Approximately four hours on the day