Volunteers have a profound positive impact on Carlow University. Their work is essential to ensure a strong and healthy future of the institution. Whether it’s spending two or three minutes working online as a mentor by reviewing a senior's resume or working with Carlow’s Office of Alumni Relations with planning an event, our volunteers are unwavering in their continued dedication and support of our programs. Without their time, these events would not be successful.
We want to thank all of our volunteers for their generous commitment of time. Every minute you give adds to successful, sustainable, and enriching events and programs here at Carlow University.
Do you like connecting with people? Why not connect with your classmates – reach out to them and encourage them to attend events and get involved.
Consider serving as a class representative. This is a vital volunteer position in the Alumni Association, bridging communication between your classmates and the Carlow community.
As Class Representatives, you are asked to:
Engage alumni to participate in the Association, advocate and promote Carlow University, maintain communication with classmates, collect updated contact information from alumni (especially e-mail addresses), attend and work on the reunion committee if it is your reunion year or the following year, attend Decade/Class Rep meetings, attend board orientation, invited to attend quarterly board meeting, make an annual gift to the Carlow Fund to allow 100% Class Representative participation, attend one regional event per year and will support, whenever possible, all ongoing activities and events of the Alumni Association.
As class representatives, you are welcome to attend all board meetings and expected to communicate with your Decade Representative throughout the year in addition to the expectations outlined above. Class representatives are appointed positions and not elected by the Association. As such, class representatives do not have voting rights.
Alumni are needed to talk with prospective students, attend college fairs, refer a student (contact Admissions at email@example.com), write testimonial letters, and participate in other admissions-related activities.
To help plan the weekend (next one is October 4-6, 2013) as a member of your class committee or the Reunion Planning Committee, Please contact Rose Woolley, director of Alumni Relations, at 412.578.6274 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
This annual event is held each spring at the Pittsburgh Athletic Association. If you are interested in serving on the planning committee for this annual event that has helped to raised funds to grant scholarships to students each year, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations for more information at email@example.com or 412.578.6274.
The newest members of the Carlow community are welcomed in August during New Student Orientation. We hope many of you will be able to come to the designated activities to help welcome the next new class to Carlow. Please consider participating in the Activities Fair or the newest tradition - Night of the Celtic and Ice Cream Social all held in August. If you are interested in participating, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412.578.6274.