Director (12 positions)
Three-year term | Flexible |
Position title: Alumni Board (Director)
Commitment: Three-year term
Hours per week: Flexible
The Alumni Board’s primary purpose is the promotion of Mount Allison to the community at large. Each member of the Alumni Board will serve as a goodwill ambassador of the University, with the aim of ensuring that our alumni maintain a sense of loyalty towards and desire to support Mount Allison.
Individual Directors are the strength of the Alumni Board, and carry out a variety of tasks through their roles.
Their duties and responsibilities include:
- Participating actively in the activities of the Alumni Board;
- Contributing to achieving the objectives of the Board;
- Participating in, and contributing to, the development of their local chapters;
- Attending Board meetings and the Annual General Meeting;
- Serving as ambassadors of the Alumni Society and the University; and
- Participating in the committee work undertaken by the Board:
- Young Alumni
- Must be an engaged Mount Allison alumna or alumnus:
- A recipient of a degree, diploma, or certificate from Mount Allison;
- A person registered in a program leading to a degree, diploma, or certificate from Mount Allison;
- A present or former member of Mount Allison’s administrative staff or faculty;
- An honorary degree recipient;
- A past or present member of the Board of Regents; and/or
- An individual whose commitment to Mount Allison has been deemed deserving of membership
- Must be outgoing and reliable
- Must have excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
Contact: Alumni Board members will work closely with the Alumni Relations Office, with the Director of Alumni Relations serving as the primary contact.
Application: All interested applicants should fill out and return the following form to Alumni Relations: Alumni Board nomination form
Alumni can also be nominated by other Allisonians.
Note: The Nominating Committee establishes their slate of nominees for election bearing in mind the importance of the Board’s membership reflecting the geographical and class year distribution of the alumni community, as well as representing a gender balance.