Benefits, Guidelines, & Expectations
- Connect with the school from a strategic position
- Influence the direction of how the school engages with alumni
- Learn more about the school and broaden your perspectives on current issues/ topics
- Improve alumni relations for the school and university by sharing your individual knowledge and skills
- Receive exposure to other disciplines and professions which you may not encounter in your “day job”
- Strengthen your reputation and build your personal brand
- Enrich your career and/or professional development
- Have access to new networks that may not have been previously available or considered
- Get advanced invitations to university and school-related events and programs
- Have fun!
- Attend on-campus business meetings twice a year — one in the fall and one in the spring. Meetings typically begin with dinner on Thursday evening, followed by our business meeting on Friday morning through late afternoon. Due to special on-campus events, meetings can be scheduled during the week or at a different time than usual, if deemed appropriate.
- Attend virtual business meetings held approximately three to four times annually
- Actively engage as alumni leaders 3-5 hours monthly
- “Lead by example” in supporting the school as volunteers and donors
- Serve as an ambassador by pro-actively staying apprised of activities, plans, and needs of the school; share pertinent information with your Nicholas School networks.
- Participate effectively in a collaborative group process, provide feedback in a respectful manner, and be open to a variety of recommendations
- Respond to requests via email and phone for feedback or assistance
Interested in joining the Alumni Council? Have questions?
Email Glenda S. Lee, Director Alumni Engagement and Programs, at email@example.com.