Join Elon’s growing network of alumni volunteers! Recruiting more volunteers is part of the university’s effort to build a vibrant alumni network and a great way to support Elon while staying connected with friends.

Alumni Admissions Ambassador

Help welcome and support incoming students as an Alumni Admissions Ambassador. You will be connected to accepted students and you can share your love of Elon and help their transition to being on campus be a smooth one. Participants must have graduated within the last 5 years. Read more >>

Alumni Peer Agents

As an Elon grad, your network is probably bigger than you realize, and you have more influence than you know! If you’re the captain of your Elon friend group, this is the low-key volunteer opportunity for you. Connect with your friends when it’s time to register for an Elon event, come back to campus for Homecoming, or make a gift and make sure they know. You know how important our Elon alumni network is and the difference alumni can make together. Let’s channel that and pay it forward for Elon students. Read more >>

Elon Day Volunteers

There are two ways to get involved with Elon Day, the University’s annual day of giving and Elon pride. Elon Day Champions connect with friends and encourage them to make a gift on Elon Day through their custom peer-to-peer fundraising page. Choose a campus cause most meaningful to you and watch the dollars grow!

Elon Day Amplifiers are digital buzz builders. They make their own gift of any size and spread Elon Day excitement online and in the communities they call home. This is the perfect opportunity for you if having a peer to peer fundraising page isn’t quite your thing— we still need your support!

Boards and Councils

Elon Alumni Board

Appointed by Elon University’s president, the Elon Alumni Board engages with the Office of Alumni Engagement and other senior administrators to represent the alumni body to the university on a range of important issues. The board is also organized into several committees that partner with staff to make recommendations concerning alumni programs, benefits and services. Members of the board exemplify what it means to be an Elon partner, advocate and investor.

Young Alumni Council

Elon’s Young Alumni Council (YAC) seeks to strengthen connections between young alumni and the university. Established in 2007, the YAC works in conjunction with the Office of Alumni Engagement and university on programs and services for young alums and current students.

Affinity Networks

Through the common bond of Elon, affinity networks allow alumni to connect with individuals of similar cohort identities, passions and shared experiences. The networks major areas of focus include opportunities for networking, mentorship and financial support. Each network is supported by the Office of Alumni Engagement staff, but led by alumni. See below for a list of Elon’s affinity networks:

Chapter Volunteer Opportunities

Alumni chapter volunteers

Elon’s regional alumni chapters are run by alumni volunteers who help keep fellow graduates in their communities connected with the university. In partnership with the Office of Alumni Engagement, chapters host a variety of events including networking, professional development and community service. During special university events such as Elon Day, chapters play an important role in uniting the alumni network around a common cause.

Apply to be an alumni chapter volunteer here!

Class Reunions

Class reunion volunteers are crucial in the planning and success of the milestone reunion weekend. Reunion volunteers advise Elon on event planning and communication strategies. Volunteers also personally contact members of their class to encourage attendance at Homecoming & Reunion Weekend and participation in their class reunion giving efforts.

Find out more about how you can volunteer for your next class reunion!

Greek and Cohort Reunions

Greek and cohort reunion volunteers plan events at Homecoming and Reunion Weekend and complete outreach to help make their reunions a success.

Find out more about how you can volunteer for your next reunion!

First Mail Campaign

Write a welcome note to the newest members of the Elon community! Through the First Mail Campaign, you can send us a note to write onto a postcard which will be the first piece of mail the Class of 2028 find in their mailbox when they move onto campus. Share a memory, some words of wisdom or a message of welcome! Submit your note here.

Numen Lumen: Senior Baccalaureate Saplings

We are looking for local alumni to participate in the important tradition of handing out saplings to our next graduating class during Numen Lumen: Senior Baccalaureate located Under the Oaks. Volunteer duties include greeting students at the event, handing out programs, lighting candles and handing out saplings to the senior class. If you are interested in participating, please fill out this form to receive more information.

Recruit Elon Talent

Our corporate and employer relations team would be more than happy to assist you with recruiting Elon talent for your organization. Depending on the major(s) you are looking to recruit from, you can reach out to any of the following individuals:

Additional information about ways the Student Professional Development Center engages with employers can be found here.

Social Media Ambassadors

This program provides a simple and rewarding way to assist with enhancing the Elon alumni experience online. Once a month, ambassadors receive an email with suggested social media posts containing Elon news, accomplishments and stories. Throughout the year, ambassadors play an important role in major events such as Homecoming, Festival of Holiday Lights, Elon Day and more!

Complete this short form to sign up. Once your information is added, you will be invited to join our Facebook group and begin to receive the monthly emails.

 


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