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Alumni Council Nomination Form

Earlham College – Alumni Council Nomination Process and Form

All graduates — individuals who completed at least one semester or term in good standing, and those who have received honorary degrees — are automatically members of the Earlham College Alumni Association. Alumni Association members that hold Earlham in their heart and want to take a positive, active role in the Alumni Council are welcome to apply or be nominated.

Active engagement with Council and Committee is critical to Council success and supporting the College. In addition to being passionate about Earlham, Alumni Council (AC) members must be able and willing to:

  • serve a 3-Year Term
  • attend bi-annual meetings (one in the spring and one during Homecoming each fall)
  • participate in monthly committee conference calls.

AC may contact the nominator to fill in additional information and to determine interest in Council membership. Nominees will be added to a running list for up to three years. You are welcome to attach resume or other helpful information.

Selection will depend upon the number of openings, commitment to/active participation with the College, and number of qualified nominees. Additionally, the Council strives to maintain broad diversity of backgrounds, class years, geography, and skill sets. Nominees will remain on the list for consideration for three consideration cycles. Re-nomination is allowable.

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Richmond, Indiana
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