Join us in Baltimore, MD for CALC 2024, where we’ll provide Cornellians with a wealth of informative content and skill-building opportunities. Prepare for workshops on leadership development, alumni engagement strategies, and best practices, along with inspiring alumni spotlights that will enhance your role as a volunteer leader and enrich your personal and professional life. Explore the details of each day to plan your travel for this exciting event.

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Thursday, February 22, 2024

  • Make plans to arrive before the opening of CALC to join Cornellians on optional organized tours to explore Baltimore, meet up with friends, and participate in a service project.

Friday, February 23, 2024

  • Some Cornell volunteer community members will spend their morning participating in board meetings, while other attendees can take part in optional tours and excursions of Baltimore. Once the conference kicks off, the afternoon will feature an Alumni Affairs Town Hall, followed by inspiring university speakers providing Updates from the Hill. The evening will conclude with a fun networking reception, allowing attendees to connect with Cornell alumni, faculty, staff, and current students, fostering discussions about the day's sessions. Additionally, designated time will be allocated for class and affinity group meetings.

Saturday, February 24, 2024

  • Saturday morning begins with breakfast, during which we will announce this year's Robert S. Harrison '76 Recent Alumni Volunteer Award and hear from university leaders who will highlight the student experience. The day will be filled with concurrent sessions where you can enhance your leadership skills across a wide range of topics while also exploring opportunities for involvement in the Alumni Affairs Engagement Strategic Plan. Additionally, designated time will be allocated for class and affinity group meetings

Sunday, February 25, 2024

  • Take advantage of one last opportunity to join fellow Cornellians on optional organized tours around Baltimore and/or participate in a service project before departing and putting your new skills into action. Several Alumni Affairs and Development staff will be available for individual meetings, or you can finish your experience with final meetings or gatherings with friends.