As director of the Southern Group of State Foresters, Tim Foley MEM’09 helps southern states and territories grow the value of their forests and facilities. The proud alumnus also helps the Nicholas School grow by volunteering his time and experience to help today’s students.
While Tim was working at the US Forest Service headquarters in Washington, DC, he hosted Professor Dan Richter’s forestry class for a tour and discussion. There are many ways for alumni volunteers to engage with today’s students, including being a guest speaker, providing career advice, meeting prospective students, or hosting a master’s project.
“I think it’s important to give current students the opportunities I was given while at school. Alumni are fantastic resources; we can help ready another generation of Nicholas students to join the workforce and make strong contributions.”
-Tim Foley MEM’09
How will you grow your connection with today’s Nicholas students? Click here to learn about volunteer opportunities.