The reunion committee volunteers play an instrumental role in maintaining the vitality of Stanford Law School. As an alumni volunteer, you are in the best position to encourage alumni to attend Alumni Weekend and also make the case for supporting Stanford Law School. While some know the important role that alumni financial support plays in operating the School, others may not be fully informed. Reunion volunteers encourage classmates to attend alumni weekend, keep classmates up-to-date with the latest Stanford Law School news, and communicate the needs and priorities of Stanford Law School.
How It Works: The Stanford Law School reunion staff recruits a "reunion team" that consists of a chair and a committee of 10 to 15 classmates, though there is no limit to the number of committee members. There is not a minimum gift requirement, but members are encouraged to make personally-meaningful commitments. Volunteers agree to call several classmates to encourage their own participatory gift and attendance at the reunion.
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