As a Cornell University Council member, you serve as an ambassador for the University. Council ambassadors are informed and enthusiastic advocates who share information about Cornell with others including alumni groups, prospective students, parents, local leaders, friends and family.
Your role as an ambassador can take many different forms:
Formal talks at Cornell events
Informal discussions at gatherings of alumni and other Cornell friends
CAAAN contact reports
Social Media activities
Email / Text / Conference calls
Actively Seek out Opportunities to be an Ambassador
The possibilities are many and include Reunion, Homecoming, CALC, regional club events, affinity group meetings, accepted student receptions, and any time or any place where Cornellians gather.
Stay current with University news and initiatives
• Attend the Trustee-Council Annual Meeting (TCAM) every fall
• Participate in webinars with university leaders and administration throughout the year
• Read the Council Update email from Joel Malina and the Council newsletter
• Review the Cornell Chronicle, Cornell Daily Sun, and other University publications
• Attend the Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference (CALC) every year
Stay in touch with the Cornell community
What we can do for you
We’re here to help you stay connected to Cornell: update your contact information, request transcripts, get email forwarding, get your NetID, and pay class dues.