Leadership opportunities are available to alumni within university-wide volunteer communities and in those specific to colleges and units.

Volunteer Leadership Communities

Broad-Based Volunteer Communities

  • These alumni affinity groups are part of a network of alumni organizations that also include the regional Cornell clubs, diverse alumni groups, and undergraduate classes.

  • The CAU Alumni Advisory Board will provide support and advice to the CAU leadership, assist with guidance during the development and delivery of CAU's lifelong learning programs, and identify best-practice standards.

  • CAAAN volunteers conduct individual meetings with applicants.

  • Every year, our volunteers reach thousands of their peers on behalf of Cornell, turning their passion for our university into generous donations and personal connections.

  • Whether you are a recent graduate or about to celebrate your 75th Reunion, your class provides you with opportunities to reconnect with your peers and stay involved with today’s Cornell.

  • With more than 80 across the United States and 20 in other countries, Cornell clubs invite you and other alumni to enjoy a variety of events while deepening your social and professional ties.

  • We support Cornell’s diverse alumni initiatives and diverse alumni associations.

  • Alumni volunteers, in more than 65+ world areas, work in concert with the Office of International Alumni Relations to support the continued success of fellow Cornellians and that of our alma mater.