Calling All Alumni Volunteers!
Get ready to connect, plan, and bond with fellow volunteers and college leaders on campus. The Volunteer Summit weekend is back for another year of valuable training and insight on the future of Whitman. Reconnect and learn from each other while strategizing successful Reunion and Annual Giving programs for the upcoming fiscal year.
The Alumni Board works to support the mission, vision, values, and strategic directions for the college, advancement office, and alumni engagement.
To learn more about the Alumni Board or for information about becoming a member, please visit the Alumni Board page.
Affinity & Identity Networks
Affinity and identity volunteers work to connect their peers with one another and to amplify the voice of their communities in Whitman spaces. These alumni strengthen identity-based networks and encourage representation of their communities.
To learn more about affinity and identity networks, visit the Affinity & Identity Networks page.
Annual Giving Volunteers
Class Representatives and Associate Class Representatives serve as an important part of a class fundraising team, sharing the responsibility of keeping in touch with fellow classmates and asking them to support the college through the Whitman College Annual Fund.
To learn more about becoming a class representative, please visit the Annual Giving Volunteer resource page.
Regional volunteers support Whitman events and engage with alumni, parents and students in their local communities. Regional volunteers represent Whitman by hosting gatherings, staffing Whitman-sponsored events, engaging online and championing alumni identity networks.
To learn more, visit the Regional Networks page.
Reunion weekends at Whitman are not possible without volunteers like you! The Reunion Committee takes the lead encouraging attendance and building enthusiasm. Special milestone reunions also fundraise for a class gift to commemorate the occasion.
To learn more about becoming a reunion volunteer or for volunteer resources, please visit our Reunion Volunteer resource page.
Parents & Families
The Whitman College Family Leadership Council (FLC) is an opportunity for parents and families of current and past Whitman students to engage with the college through various volunteer opportunities. The FLC assists campus offices in engaging other parents, families, and prospective students, and alumni, through events, fundraising, career development and admission outreach.
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