Reporting to the Office of Alumni Relations Communities, a Dartmouth Lone Pine serves as the primary local contact and link between the alumni in his/her area and the Office of Alumni Relations. Dartmouth Lone Pines support alumni desire to connect with one another in areas where there is no official club. Check to see if there is a club or Lone Pine in your area.
Role of the Dartmouth Lone Pine:
- Serve as point of contact and engagement in regions where there is no active Dartmouth club.
- Serve as a volunteer contact person and resource for alumni who are new to the area and are looking for a familiar Dartmouth contact.
- Serve as an advocate and liaison for Dartmouth in his or her region to further strengthen alumni engagement.
- Support Day of Service activities in the local region as a coordinator.
- Work with the Office of Alumni Relations to disseminate information about programs and services available to their local communities.
- Provide updates, as needed, to the Office of Alumni Relations about concerns and feedback from Dartmouth alumni in the area.
- Participate in 1-2 conference calls with the Office of Alumni Relations and the Peer2Peer Committee of the Communities Executive Council.
- Serve for a two-year renewable term, as appointed by the Office of Alumni Relations. Terms are renewable at the discretion of the Office of Alumni Relations.
- If needed, serve as DED or admissions ambassador.
- Represent all Dartmouth alumni, including graduates of the College and of graduate and professional schools.
Dartmouth Alumni Relations will provide each Lone Pine with:
- A welcome kit including name tags, admissions/marketing materials
- An email sent annually on your behalf to local alumni
- Updates on programming – you’ll be added to the club leadership email list
- Invitation to CAGOW for networking
- Visibility for your efforts through information on our website
- Support including access to the Peer2Peer/CEC volunteer resource network and iModules event registration for large programs