Stay Involved After Graduation

As an Elks scholar, you will always be a part of the Elks family. Here are some ways for you to stay connected after you’ve graduated from college.


Want to know what Elks scholars have accomplished after college? Check out the Alumni Notes for recent highlights from Elks scholar alumni.

MVS scholar Peter Daut, a 2006 Graduate of the University of Southern California, won an Emmy for local news reporting.

Former Elks Scholar Advisory Member Alison McQuade is using social media to make the world a better place.

2004 Legacy Awards recipient David Mullins splits his time between his Elks Lodge and his medical school.

We would love to hear about your experiences after graduation. Click here to update your contact information, and tell us what you’ve accomplished!


Elks Scholar Service Trips. Attend an immersive service-learning trip up to 20 other Elks Scholars to learn about societal issues, serve those in need and connect with your Elks family.
Elks Scholar Fellow. Step into a two year, full time position at the Elks National Foundation and help us to build stronger communities across the U.S.
Elks Scholar Speaker Program. Share your accomplishments with the members of the Elks Lodge near you.
Elks Scholar Volunteers. Connect with the Elks Lodge near you and serve your community at the same time!
Alum of the Year Award. Each year, the ENF recognizes an outstanding Elks alum who has made a difference through volunteering.
Weigel Medical School Scholarship. An exclusive scholarship opportunity just for Elks scholars pursuing a medical degree. The Gunther & Lee Weigel Medical School Scholarship will go to three Elks scholars (current or alum) entering the first year of medical school.
ENF Cornerstone Grants. The ENF offers $500 Cornerstone Grants to Legacy Awards scholars and alumni interested in starting or expanding a community service project.


As an Elks scholar alum, you are part of the Elks family. When you’re ready, we encourage you to take the next step, and join the Elks! With nearly 800,000 members in nearly 1,800 communities nationwide, Elks are providing charitable services that help build stronger communities. This is a great opportunity to network with community members and give back.

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