Network Volunteers

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Network Volunteers

Each alumni network benefits from the leadership of volunteers who lead network meetings, organize events and support Association programs. Leadership positions may be available in your network, or you can help establish a network in your area if one does not currently exist.

New volunteer strategy

Nick Kallail, assistant vice president of alumni and network programs, and Danny Woods, j’12, assistant director of legacy and alumni programs, are tasked with growing KU alumni networks and connecting more alumni to KU.

Learn about their new volunteer support strategy that makes it easier for Jayhawks to volunteer their time and service and participate in alumni events across the country.

How to volunteer

To volunteer, please contact Nick Kallail, assistant vice president of alumni and network programs, at nickkallail@kualumni.org or 800.584.2957.

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Volunteer Guide

Mission Statement

The KU Alumni Association exists to strengthen the University of Kansas by informing, engaging and mobilizing Association members and the KU community.

Brand Pillars

Through the support of dues-paying members, the KU Alumni Association creates impact for the University of Kansas in five ways: We Advocate, Communicate, Recruit, Serve and Unite.

Your Role

How to Help

Serving the Association

Membership:
Promote membership and growth (Annual, Jayhawk Society, Life, Presidents Club)

Communication:
Share great network stories for Kansas Alumni magazine and digital content

Records:
Collect business cards to maintain Association connections with alumni base

Recruitment:
Assist admissions and notify the Association of potential legacy students


Event Buckets

Crimson and Blue Views

Crimson & Blue Views

Crimson & Blue Views events unite alumni and friends to watch televised KU games with fellow Jayhawks.

 

 

Hawk Happenings

Hawk Happenings

Hawk Happenings events gather Jayhawks to enjoy live sports and entertainment events.

 

 

KU Cares

KU Cares

KU Cares events rally Jayhawk volunteers who lend their time and talents to benefit their communities. Alumni across the country are already involved in community causes and have shown a strong desire to leverage KU networks to further those efforts.

 

 

 

 

 

Rock Chalk Connect

Rock Chalk Connect

Rock Chalk Connect events offer opportunities to network with other professionals and exchange career tips.

 

 

Rock Chalk Cultivate

Rock Chalk Cultivate

Rock Chalk Cultivate is a series of events that gives KU alumni opportunities to acquire or develop qualities or skills with—and sometimes from—fellow Jayhawks.

 

 

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