We are excited to welcome you back to campus in October 24-27, 2019 for Stanford Reunion Homecoming and we are thrilled to begin building Reunion Committees early.
This effort is all about getting your classmates to:
- Add their name to the 'Look Who's Planning to Attend' list
- Submit a Class Book page in March
- Plan October Mini-Reunions during the summer months
- Encourage classmates to register for Reunion beginning in mid-August.
The goal is to convince a wide spectrum of classmates to sign up to volunteer so we're getting broad and inclusive outreach. The best reunions and Mini-Reunions (and Class Books) are the ones where everyone knows someone or has an opportunity to make new connections.
What do you do?
In a nutshell, you post, comment and/or share social media reunion content within your social network using the hashtag #stanfordreunion or #stanfordXX (where XX is your two-digit class year)
How much time will this take?
It’s up to you. For example, it might take you 10 minutes to find and post that old photo from freshman year and tag everyone in it. In mid-August when registration opens, you can post that you're registered for reunion and ask friends to do the same. If you can do more, we will be thrilled. (If you think you might have 4 hours a month to give and want to talk about a larger leadership role, let us know.)
What are the benefits?
Volunteering has its rewards!
- Names of volunteers will be published in the Class Book and on the Stanford Reunion Homecoming website.
- Volunteers get credit on their permanent Stanford record for volunteer service to the university
- You will be invited to a VIP volunteer reception hosted by Stanford's president on Thursday evening, October 24.
- At reunion check-in, receive a volunteer pin and ribbon on your reunion nametag designating you as a volunteer.
- Most importantly, reunion volunteers report that their reunion experience is enhanced because of the meaningful contacts they made with classmates prior to the reunion.
THANK YOU for considering to volunteer for your reunion. Stanford and your classmates will be truly grateful for the time and energy you will give to your class.