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Ways to Volunteer

Alumni volunteers help fuel Clark’s mission and amplify its impact. Volunteers provide expertise and encouragement to current students, serve as ambassadors to prospective students, and build and grow an active and engaged Clark network.

Find out more about Clark’s volunteer experiences

Alumni Council

This group helps reconnect alumni to Clark while working closely with University leadership.

GOLD Council

Council members play an essential role in engaging Clark’s graduates of the last decade.

The Clark Black Alumni Association (CBAA)

This group seeks to affirm, enrich, and serve the Black experience at and beyond the University.

The Clark LGBTQ+ Alumni Association

A group committed to the integration of personal and community power to affirm, liberate, support, and celebrate LGBTQ+ Clarkies.

Hall of Fame Committee

Alumni volunteers help Clark Athletics staff recognize former Cougar athletes.

Reunion Volunteers

Volunteers help Clark staff members create unforgettable experiences for their former classmates.

Interested in volunteering? Contact the Alumni Office.

Why do I volunteer?

Emilee Cocuzzo

I am incredibly grateful for my time at Clark, so I made it a priority to continue to give back to the Clark community. One of my greatest passions is mentoring students. Seeing my mentees grow and succeed has been one of the most meaningful and rewarding experiences!

Emilee Cocuzzo ’18, MBA ’19

Carol Loeb Meyers

My four years at Clark can be characterized as a time of tremendous academic, social, and emotional learning and growth. My daughter graduated from Clark in 2018 with a B.A. and in 2019 with an M.A. She had many more opportunities to grow academically, socially, and emotionally. I volunteer so that future generations can have even more opportunities to grow and ‘Challenge Convention.’

Carol Loeb Meyers ’88

Gary Donovan

I am thrilled to have been asked to volunteer to teach introductory tai chi and qi gong sessions to alumni and friends in the Clark health and wellness series. I’ve always wanted to share these ancient wellness practices in a college or university setting — and what better place than my alma mater?

Gary Donovan ‘73

Emilee Cocuzzo
Carol Loeb Meyers
Gary Donovan
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Alumni and Friends Engagement

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