Become a regional volunteer: connect, welcome, support, recruit, and give
When visiting campus is not an option, planning an alumni gathering in your community is a great way to celebrate your Cornell connection. Cornell is happy to assist with the planning via a volunteer network called the Regional Club program.
Regional Clubs are a valuable resource that allow Cornell College alumni and friends the opportunity to strengthen relationships with one another and the life of the college through organizing events, supporting future and current students, and providing a network for alumni.
What do Cornell's regional clubs do?
Connect. Provide an array of social, networking, educational, or service-oriented programs for alumni to stay connected to each other and to Cornell College
- Welcome. Welcome new students and families to the Cornell College community, and welcome new alumni moving into the club community
- Support. Support students and young alumni as they develop professionally and transition into new careers
- Recruit. Support efforts to identify and recruit prospective students
- Give. Encourage financial support for the college
Next: Club descriptions and expectations or find your club leaders
Register to become a volunteer