Reunions at Stanford GSB are extraordinary because of the many ways alumni support them. Becoming a reunion volunteer is also a great way to give back and stay involved.
There are two primary reunion volunteer roles: event planning and campaign fundraising. Many alumni choose to serve in multiple capacities. Explore the options below to learn more.
Reunion Planning Volunteer
The Reunion Planning Committee is responsible for encouraging alumni attendance by building general anticipation and excitement throughout the year leading up to reunion weekend. A successful class reunion is the result of an enthusiastic and engaged planning committee focused on outreach and class-specific communications and programming. Volunteers can choose from a variety of roles when they join the GSB Reunion Planning Committee. These positions work independently and at their own pace, reporting to committee members once a month and more often as the reunion weekend date approaches.
Reunion Planning Committee Roles
Reunion Campaign Volunteer
A successful reunion campaign requires a broad-based group of committed volunteers. Each year, more than 300 alumni come together to form reunion committees that work to personally contact every classmate during the calendar-year reunion campaign.
Reunion volunteers forge lasting connections between classmates, and strengthen support for the school and the reunion class gift.