University of Chicago Alumni Club of North Carolina Leadership Opportunities
The Alumni Club of North Carolina is in need of volunteers who are interested in getting more involved in the UChicago community and help their fellow Maroons connect to one another.
General responsibilities include: attending 4 board meeting teleconferences annually, serving in the role for two years, and contributing to the club's mission: “Helping our members continue the journey they began at University of Chicago — intellectually, socially, and in our community.”
Below are detailed descriptions of the available positions:
Wondering what it takes to run the Alumni Club of North Carolina? Interested in a pathway to being the club's President? Then consider applying to be the club's Vice President. Help the current President with responsibilities that include: coordinating board meetings, managing board members' needs, and collaborating with the university's Global Engagement staff liaison. After a year in the role, the Vice President can decide if they wish to continue a two-year term as President. Two candidates will be considered for the role of Vice President. If you are interest in being Vice President, please contact us below.
Board Member at Large - Programming/Events
The board is looking for talented volunteers in the Triangle and Charlotte regions who can assist the Programming Chairs with leading events in their prospective regions of residency. Responsibilities of a program chair include: receiving/brainstorming event ideas and organizing and executing event logistics (i.e. manage venue contacts, strategize ticket pricing, maintain event budgets, etc.) to name a few. If you are interested in aiding the Programming Chairs and would like to be a Board Member at Large, please contact us below.
Board Member at Large - Communications/Marketing
Are you someone who enjoys social media and creating communications/marketing? The Alumni Club of North Carolina is in need of your help. This position is responsible for posting/sharing events on Facebook and with maintaining the alumni club webpage, including assisting in the distribution of newsletters and/or postcards on a regular basis, providing event registration information to event leads, and creating event marketing. No experience is necessary as the University will provide digital training on using its webpage. If you are interested in being a Board Member at Large for Communications, please contact us below.
Mary Beth Parker, MBA'85