What are Class Representatives?
Class Representatives are key leaders in fostering communication between the UAB School of Nursing (UABSON) and its alumni. They create a class connection to help alumni stay informed and connected to their classmates and alma mater.
Class Representatives will enjoy the opportunity to keep in touch with former classmates and provide vital support to the school.
What are the responsibilities of Class Representatives?
Serve as a liaison between their classmates and the Office of Alumni Relations.
Communicate important news to classmates and encourage them to attend UABSON sponsored events and continuing education opportunities, including class reunions.
Due to the importance of alumni financial support to sustain high quality nursing education, class representatives will also support the efforts of the annual giving program.
Class Representatives will be asked to lend their signatures for letters to fellow classmates encouraging their support for the Annual Fund campaign and class gifts.
Estimated commitment time: 5-10 hours/year. This job can also be shared by two or more classmates.
Volunteer job that be done from anywhere in the country and from the convenience of your own home
What support can I expect as a Class Representative?
As a Class Representative, you will be a member of a core group of alumni leaders and a true "insider" on what's happening at the UABSON. You will receive advanced notice about upcoming UABSON projects, events, and alumni programs and services. The Office of Alumni Relations will provide you with the resources you need to keep in touch with classmates in every way we can, including handling all logistics of class mailings.
Interested? If so, contact:
Office of Development and Alumni Relations, UAB School of Nursing, NB 218, 1720 2nd Avenue South,
Birmingham, AL 35294-1210
BSN Class of 1965 celebrating their 45th reunion at the 2010 Alumni Night Dinner.