Get Involved with CA Alumnae/i Volunteer Form If you would like to participate in any of the following programs, please complete the form below. For more detailed information on any of the programs please go to the Alumnae/i Get Involved page.Name* First Last Class Year* Preferred Email Address* Please check the programs you’d like to volunteer for: Class Secretary: Class secretaries are CA’s largest group of alumnae/i volunteers who work throughout the year to keep their classmates connected to one another and engaged with the school. They collect Class Notes, which are published annually in the spring edition of CA Magazine. Through their relationships with classmates, class secretaries play a critical role in helping CA to maintain a strong alumnae/i community. Reunion Committee: Alumnae/i who serve on their Reunion Committee lead their reunion efforts by encouraging classmate attendance, contributing to the planning, and asking for a special gift to the Annual Fund in honor of their milestone year. A successful reunion is reliant on reunion class leadership and the amazing work reunion committee volunteers do in reconnecting classmates to each other and the school. Alumnae/i Community & Equity Committee: The Community and Equity Committee of the CA Alumnae/i Association includes the school’s alumnae/i in conversations and initiatives around issues of diversity and equity at CA today. Their goal is to bring students, faculty, staff, and alumnae/i together to examine identity, build community, challenge inequity, and support social justice activism. The Alumnae/i C&E Committee provides support and opportunities to connect underrepresented groups within the student and alumnae/i community to each other. Alumnae/i Admissions Interviewer: Alumnae/i Admissions Interviewers support the work of the Admissions Office by interviewing prospective CA students and demonstrating that the CA connection lasts a lifetime. Throughout the fall and early winter, these local alumnae/ volunteers give their time on Saturdays by spending their day on campus. They play a key role in helping to shape future generations of CA students. Alumnae/i Annual Fund Committee: The Alumnae/i Annual Fund Committee supports the work of the Annual Fund team through peer-to-peer fundraising and building meaningful relationships within the CA community. Committee members communicate the philanthropic priorities of the school and the need for alumnae/i support to achieve ambitious and important goals. CAYAC Committee (Concord Academy Young Alumnae/i Community): The Concord Academy Young Alumnae/i Community (CAYAC) consists of any alumnae/i who have graduated from CA within the last fifteen years. The CAYAC Committee leads the young alumnae/i community by encouraging attendance at local and regional events, serving as college ambassadors, facilitating networking and engagement opportunities, and conducting Annual Fund outreach to classmates and friends. These volunteers are critical in helping CA keep young alumnae/i engaged through programs and Annual Fund participation. Joan Shaw Herman Distinguished Service Award Nominating Committee: The Joan Shaw Herman Award Selection Committee engages the school’s alumnae/i in the selection process of the only award presented in the CA community –given to a member of the CA community to honor a lifetime of service. Members of the committee participate in the annual selection process each spring. Regional Committees: The regional committees facilitate meaningful experiences for CA alumnae/i across the globe by organizing gatherings and activities in their area/region. With regional volunteer leadership in New England and New York, CA is looking to expand our reach to more cities and we would love your help! Additional Notes or CommentsIf you have any questions please contact Hilary Rouse, Director of Engagement email@example.com or (978) 402-2217PhoneThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.