Giving Back

Giving back as alum provides amazing benefits to current students, other graduates, The College community and you. Alums find it enormously rewarding to give back and help others. Many are active serving on the alumni steering committee, speaking to The College of Westchester classes, hiring CW interns and graduates, mentoring students and much more.

Alumni Ambassadors Program

If you'd like to sign up for the Alumni Ambassadors Program and return to CW to share your experiences, expertise, and professional perspectives with current CW students, click here to email Terry Keyes.

CW Scholarship Fund

In addition to donating your time and talent, you can help current and future students, by contributing to the scholarship fund of the CW Charitable Foundation. Click here to give back online.

What if you could raise money for The Foundation by doing something that you do every day - search the Internet?

GoodSearch: You Search...We Give!

GoodSearch is a search engine which donates 50 percent of its revenue to the charities and schools designated by its users. It's a simple and compelling concept. You use GoodSearch exactly as you would any other search engine and it is powered by Yahoo! so you get proven search results. The money GoodSearch donates to The CW Charitable Foundation comes from its advertisers - the users and the organizations do not spend a dime!

You can shop, save money and donate all at the same time if you register at iGive.com


Since we discovered the iGive.com community, that phrase really means something special to The College of Westchester Charitable Foundation; as our list of supporting shoppers grows daily. When you become a member of http://www.igive.com/cwfoundation, The College of Westchester Charitable Foundation will automatically receive a $5 donation and if you shop through the site within 45 days, the foundation receives another $5 donation and can receive up to 26% or more of every purchase you make at the Mall at iGive.com at a penny-saving, no cost to you!

CW Alumni Association

Terry Keyes