If you would like to be a part of the exciting changes happening at the University,
there are many opportunities to volunteer your time and talent. For example, you can
help out with alumni events, provide expertise on an advisory board, or mentor a student.
Alumni Association Volunteering
Volunteering for the Alumni Association can be a great way to give back to UVU. We
offer many different positions in which to volunteer and lend your expertise.
Alumni Board Member
Attend and participate in both board and committee meetings—regular meetings, special
meetings, and planning sessions—to monitor and guide the alumni association's strategic
direction. Act as a link between the community and UVU not only representing the community
to UVU but also representing UVU to the community and acting as an ambassador for
Serve on one of the following committees: Marketing, UVU Magazine, Events, Legislative
Affairs, or Scholarship and Awards and offer experiential advice and guidance to the
Alumni Association in those areas. Attend periodic meetings, (monthly to bi-yearly)
offer input, and carry out assignments.
Work with specific UVU schools and colleges to establish or maintain alumni chapters
in their fields of study. Hold reunions or other activities, with the help of a chapter
and the Alumni Association, to keep in touch with alumni and keep them involved with
As a mentor, you would offer support, encouragement, and an 'industry perspective'
to a student. No promise of employment is made or sought in a mentoring relationship.
From the start, you and your student will discuss your mutual expectations and goals
for the mentoring relationship.
Intern for a semester with the UVU Alumni Association through the UVU internship program.
Areas of need: communications, photography, web design, hospitality, database management,
and graphic design.
Create opportunities in your community for potential students to find out more about
UVU. Offer your organizational skills and insights while acting as an ambassador for
UVU for those considering studying here. There are several ways to help: visit local
high schools, host open houses, represent UVU at college nights, or be a part of the