Consider joining a group of dynamic and engaged alumni from the Edmonton area who, on behalf of more than 283,000 UAlberta grads, lead the Alumni Association in supporting other alumni and the University of Alberta.
What Alumni Councillors Do
Alumni Councillors are passionate about their alma mater and eager to contribute to strategies and programs that strengthen the relationship between the UAlberta and its alumni.
Alumni Council members act as ambassadors for the university by:
- promoting the university to their personal networks
- encouraging student and alumni involvement
- connecting the university and broader communities
- sharing stories about the impact of the university
- Gain professional experience serving on advisory and/or working committees that provide input to the work of the Alumni Association.
- Work with and meet new people, while supporting the success of the university.
- Participate at a high level for important university events such as the Week of Welcome, Alumni Weekend and Convocation.
- Progress to leadership roles within Alumni Council, the Board of Governors and the University Senate.
- Use your unique skills to help set and drive the priorities of the Alumni Association.
Alumni Council meets five times annually. Additionally, all members will serve on one council committee that meets an additional 4-5 times per year and will attend two annual social events to begin and end the council year. There are ample opportunities for increased involvement, especially during Alumni Weekend and Convocation.
Alumni Council volunteers:
- are proud graduates of the University of Alberta
- reside in the Edmonton area
- work well with small and large groups
- can dedicate time to advancing alumni engagement and the success of the university
- are eager to support a positive university experience for students
- have a background in community service
To avoid any potential conflicts of interest, employees/contractors of the Office of Advancement at the University of Alberta are excluded from serving on Alumni Council.