Become a Volunteer
Be powerful. Make a difference. Get involved. Give back. Volunteer!
Help shape the lives of Georgian Court University students and alumni by becoming a volunteer. Volunteers develop valuable contacts, gain new skills and meet a variety of people.
Review the volunteer opportunities listed below. If interested in volunteering in any of the areas listed, contact the Office of Alumni Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 732.987.2232.
The GCU Alumni Ambassador Committee consists of alumni volunteers who support
the University by providing a Georgian Court communication and information network throughout the country and assisting with recruiting efforts as needed.
The Alumni Engagement committee focuses on supporting and strengthening chapters & clubs and fostering alumni connections with Georgian Court across the country. Alumni support committee members are very active in their local chapter activities.
Have fond memories of your days on the GCU team? If so, the Athletic Alumni Committee is the group for you! Reconnect with former teammates, receive team updates, attend games, and visit GCU’s new and upgraded athletic and wellness facilities.
Become a Class Agent
Becoming a Class Agent is beneficial both to alumni and to GCU. Class Agents connect with former classmates to aid the Office of Alumni Engagement in keeping up-to-date contact information on fellow alumni and to help increase class participation at alumni events, especially Reunion.
Beyond the Court Mentor Program
The GCU Alumni Association and Office of Career Development have established a forum for alumni willing to mentor and advise current students who are preparing to enter the work force. Click here for more information on Beyond the Court.
GCU is moving to increase the sustainability of its landscaping practices on campus. Volunteers of the Green Force help with seasonal tasks such as leaf raking, trail cleanups, use of push mowers in select areas and even maintenance activities, such as cleaning or painting statuary and other campus ornamentation.
The Professional Development Committee that works to provide continuing education credit workshops, seminars, and career management programs to GCU alumni, students, faculty and friends ranging in diverse professions and industries. Our committee also works closely with, and helps shape, the continuing education programs that impact the professionals in our community and state. The Professional Development Committee helps serve in diverse areas such as mental health, education, and accounting, project management, nursing, social work.
The Reunion Committee works with the Office of Alumni Engagement in planning and implementing the activities of Reunion Weekend. In addition, the Reunion Committee works with Class Agents to encourage attendance and donations for this annual event.
The Student-Alumni Relations committee works to foster interaction between GCU alumni and students and enhance experiences of students both on and off campus.
The committee is responsible for planning events and activities for students.
The Young Alumni Committee connects GCU alumni with fellow graduates and current students, offers volunteer opportunities, and helps new alumni make career connections, and hosts programs and events for social and professional networking.