Volunteering can help you gain experience, acquire new skills, meet new people, or expand your network of contacts as a way to get a new job or start a career. Volunteering is a way to give back to your college and your community, to help a fellow alumni or promote a worthwhile activity.
Skidmore Volunteer Conference 2013
Back by popular demand! Select volunteer committees, advisory boards, regional and class volunteers will be invited to join the Alumni Board and other volunteer leaders on campus for a volunteer conference on October 25-26, 2013. For the current schedule of events and registration information, please click the icon below.
How Can I Volunteer?
Thanks for your interest in helping up Skidmore as an alumni volunteer. Not all alumni volunteer jobs require a lot of time or long term commitments. Consider some of the opportunities below that may suit you and your schedule.
Short Term Volunteer Opportunities
- Be an Alumni Admissions Contact
- Be a Regional Event Volunteer
- Be a Parent Volunteer
- Attend Skidmore Business Network Function
Work with the Career Development Center
- Be a Career Advisor
- Facilitate Internships
- Be a Professional Mentor/Advisor
- Host a Student for a Day of Job Shadowing
- Share Job/Internship Postings
- Return to Campus for a Career Panel
Long Term Volunteer Positions
- Class President
- Class Secretary
- Class Fund Chair
- Friend of President Chair
- Reunion Chair
- Class Agent
- Class Officer
- Regional Event Officer