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Alumni volunteers needed

Care to share your time and talents representing UW-Green Bay and our alumni? We currently have needs for the following events, boards and committees.

  • Alumni Mentors: Have a meaningful impact on a new UW-Green Bay graduate by serving as a year-long mentor. We provide you guidance to mentor effectively. Interested mentors should have graduated on or before 2012 and/or have a deep understanding of their field. Email alumni@uwgb.edu by Dec. 8, if interested in serving as a mentor.
  • Commencement Receiving Line: Congratulate and welcome our newest graduates to the Alumni Association by volunteering for the Commencement receiving line. It is easy and fun! Arrive at the Weidner Center by 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 16, claim your FREE Phoenix PRIDE Shirt and stand in line with fellow alums to cheer on UWGB’s fall 2017 graduating class. Email moodyk@uwgb.edu by Dec. 13, if interested.

Mentors Needed

Would you like to mentor a recent graduate? Consider signing up to be a mentor in our UW-Green Bay Alumni Mentor Program! Each mentor needs to commit to a one-year mentoring opportunity with a new UWGB graduate. Guidance on how to effectively mentor will be provided to mentors. Please email Kari Moody at moodyk@uwgb.edu by May 12th if interested in participating.

Alumni Volunteers Needed

27025533326_6915eea5be_zCare to share your time and talents representing UW-Green Bay and our alumni? We currently have needs for the following events, boards and committees.

  • Alumni Mentors: Have a meaningful impact on a new UW-Green Bay graduate by serving as a year-long mentor. We provide you guidance to mentor effectively. Interested mentors should have graduated on or before 2011 and/or have a deep understanding of their field. Visit alumni mentor program to sign up before Dec. 17.
  • Commencement Receiving Line: Congratulate and welcome our newest graduates to the Alumni Association by volunteering for the Commencement receiving line. It is easy and fun! Arrive at the Weidner Center by 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 17, claim your FREE Phoenix PRIDE Shirt and stand in line with fellow alums to cheer on UWGB’s fall 2016 graduating class.
  • High School Recruiters: Go back to your high school alma mater or a high school in your community and speak to prospective students about your experience at UW-Green Bay. Students want to know how higher education can help them land their dream job. You are the perfect person to share how UWGB did just that, for you.  If interested, contact Alumni Director, Kari Moody at moodyk@uwgb.edu for guidelines on how to make your way back to high school to recruit prospective students.
  • Alumni Board Committees: Serve on either the Student/Alumni Engagement or Fund Development committees. We need help planning and executing alumni events and raising money to support the scholarships the Association gives on an annual basis. If interested, or if you have any questions, please contact Board Development Committee Chair Karen Michaels at karen@goldenhousegb.org.

Alumni volunteers needed

CellcomCare to share your time and talents representing UW-Green Bay and our alumni? We currently have needs for the following events, boards and committees.

  • Alumni Board Committees: Serve on either the Student Engagement or Fund Development committees. We need help planning and executing alumni events and raising money to support the scholarships we give annually.
  • Alumni Mentors: In July, we will be launching the UWGB Alumni Mentor Program and are seeking alumni mentors and mentees. Each mentor would commit to a one-year mentoring opportunity with another UWGB graduate. Each mentor will be provided with guidance to mentor effectively. Interested mentors should have graduated on or before 2011 and/or have a deep understanding of their field. The only criteria to be a mentee is a desire to grow in your profession. Visit http://uwgreenbay.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6zoHeLDcoHNc8Fn to sign up before June 15.
  • Commencement Receiving Line: Congratulate and welcome our newest graduates to the Alumni Association by volunteering for the Commencement receiving line. It is easy and fun! Arrive at the Kress Events Center by 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, claim your FREE Phoenix PRIDE Shirt and stand in line with fellow alums to cheer on UWGB’s spring 2016 graduating class.
  • Cellcom Marathon Water Station: Volunteer at our water station in the Green Bay Cellcom Marathon Sunday, May 22. It’s one of our most rewarding and fun events of the year! Volunteers typically start at 7 a.m. and are done by 10 a.m. To sign up to volunteer, visit Cellcom volunteer. Questions can be directed to Jennifer Degener at jdegener21@gmail.com.

If you are interested, or have any questions, please contact Director of Alumni Relations Kari Moody at 920-465-2226 or moodyk@uwgb.edu.