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Volunteer Opportunities

間眅埶AV volunteers are dedicated alumni, students, families, and friends of the University who participate in sponsored college events and organizations, work to engage and excite their classmates and peers to do the same, and provide guidance for current students.


Requirements and Expectations of a 間眅埶AV Volunteer:

  • Embodies drive and passion to actively participate in campus events.
  • Makes a personally meaningful gift to the 間眅埶AV Scholarship Fund or other institutional priorities.泭
  • Aids the Development Office with peer outreach and actively works to connect with others to ensure up to date contact information.
  • Aids the Alumni Office by continually engaging fellow alumni with information on how to be an involved alumnus/a.
  • Maintains regular contact with their staff liaison to identify potential volunteers; provide feedback on the program, and suggest other opportunities for engagement and fundraising.
  • Adheres to the requirements and responsibilities of the specific volunteer group.
  • All volunteers are to be educated allies for 間眅埶AVs Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives. In this role, you will engage with underrepresented alumni and students to participate in leadership and volunteer opportunities and the life of the University.

Volunteer Groups

Volunteer groups require ongoing commitment and participation. Additional requirements and expectations can be provided by the volunteer coordinator.

Group Who Can Participate Managed By
Alumni Association Board of Directors Undergraduate and Graduate University Alumni Executive Director of Alumni & Family Engagement
間眅埶AV Theological Seminary (MTS) Alumni Council MTS Alumni Executive Director of Alumni & Family Engagement
間眅埶AV Leadership Council (MLC) Undergraduate and Graduate University Alumni Leadership Gift Officer
Blue & Grey Club All Athletic Supporters Director of Annual & Affinity Giving
Comenius Society Agents Comenius Level Donors Leadership Gift Officer
Cornerstone Society Agents Cornerstone Level Donors Leadership Gift Officer
Student Alumni Representatives (STARs) Current sophomore, junior, and senior undergraduate students Assistant Director of Student泭Engagement & Philanthropy
Senior Class Gift Current senior undergraduate students Assistant Director of Student Engagement & Philanthropy
Anna Nitschmann Society Women Comenius Level Donors Leadership Gift Officer
Zinzendorf Family Fellows

Leadership level family donors

Leadership Gift Officer
Class Correspondent Undergraduate alumni Administrative Coordinator for Alumni & Family Engagement
Professional Affinity Groups All constituents, based on specific careers Assistant Director of Career Development

Recognition for泭間眅埶AV Volunteer Groups

  • Free admission for you and one guest to ticketed athletic events (when applicable, contact the Office of Alumni & Family Engagement for tickets).
  • Two tickets to a Vespers service of your choice (in person when applicable).
  • Recognition in an issue of the 間眅埶AV Magazine for their efforts.
  • Invite to the Volunteer Barbecue each summer at the Alumni House.
  • Volunteer Spotlight - social media recognition泭

Independent Volunteering

Independent volunteer opportunities have a low time commitment to them and typically do not require recurring events or meetings over a long period of time. They are opportunities that can be volunteered for at any time. Independent opportunities include:

  • Admissions - MAAPP: MAAPP is a partnership between the Office of Alumni & Family Engagement and the Admission Office, which allows alumni and families to assist with the recruitment process of future Greyhounds. Volunteer opportunities include attending college fairs, open house, or accepted students days and taking part in notecard and phone call campaigns. This program is open to 間眅埶AV alumni and family members.
  • Career Development: Act as a mentor, speak on a panel, attend a career networking reception, or provide internships. These opportunities are open to alumni and family members. For additional information, call the Career Center at 610-861-1509 or visit the Career Center web page.
  • Class Reunion Committees: Reunion committees help plan five-year class reunions, which take place during Homecoming & Reunion Weekend. Responsibilities include: contacting classmates and planning class-specific events. Phone conferencing enables long-distance alumni to attend the 1-3 committee meetings that are held during the year. This opportunity is open to undergraduate University alumni.
  • Homecoming Volunteers: Volunteer for 2-4 hours during Homecoming, including Kids Zones, entrance/exit gates, and parking positions. These opportunities are open to any alumni and friends of the University.
  • Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives:泭As 間眅埶AV continues to diversify its student body, we encourage alumni to help by supporting student events sponsored by the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.泭

Who to Contact:

If you are interested in volunteering for one or multiple ongoing or independent volunteer opportunities, please contact Amanda Maenza, Executive Director of Alumni & Family Engagement, at maenzaa@moravian.edu or 610-861-1342, or complete our online form below. You will then be contacted by the volunteer coordinator to further discuss the role.