The Board assists students and alumni with career advice through a variety of activities and events. Those include:
- Participate in Careers for Pioneers, students meet with alumni for roundtable career-specific information sessions
- maintaining an active presence in the LC Net LinkedIn group online
- one-on-one sessions for students in the Alumni Career Corps
- serving as speakers on Student Alumni Association career panels
The Board gives insight into promoting reunion activities. Members in milestone reunion years or overseas/affinity groups serve as class volunteers, planning events and assisting with messaging about the class gift effort. Members have a strong presence at the reunion: sharing information about the board, recruiting volunteers, and gathering feedback from alumni.
Philanthropy and Giving
Each year the Board collaborates with the Annual Giving staff to develop a message to alumni in support of the Annual Fund. The Board as a whole has been active with stewardship for those alumni who have given, writing thank you cards and making thank you phone calls. Some members serve on a fundraising committee. Board members commit to philanthropy to the college.
Members introduce current students to the concept of being supportive and active alumni by attending college-based events.
Honoring Alumni and Students
Members actively seek out and research alumni and friends of the college who may qualify for a variety of alumni awards. In addition, the Board selects Alumni Leadership Scholarship students each year who then go on to serve as leaders for the Student Alumni Association. Members have opportunities throughout the year to work with and mentor these students.
Board members attend regional programs and serve the role of welcoming alumni and making introductions.
Supporting your local L&C alumni chapter is an important way to reinforce the link between the Board of Alumni and chapter leadership.
Equity and Inclusion
The Equity and Inclusion committee supports L&C’s diversity initiatives and develops programs to connect alumni and students of color.