Beloit College is a non-profit organization, and like a lot of non-profits, it relies on a healthy mix of professional and volunteer workers to provide its many services.
Check out "How to Volunteer for Beloit" and learn about all the ways you can support your Beloit!
June 14, 2013--Details and registration here!
We invite you to write a statement about how your Beloit education helps you to practice the liberal arts. We hope to select some alumni essays to share with new students who may not know what it means to practice the liberal arts freely and actively. How does the interdisciplinary flexibility of mind, the propensity to see and create connections between things, and the ability to imagine a given situation from multiple angles, play a role in your life today? Yes, this can be challenging, but it will make such a difference in the lives of current and future Beloiters! Here are a few tips for writing your story.
Alumni & Parent Relations and Annual Support is looking for Beloit alumni to plan and host Beloit Regional Alumni Group (BRAG) events across the country. It's simple, fun, and very rewarding.
Volunteers put the special touch in reunion and are needed to contact classmates to encourage attendance and participation and plan class events. Volunteer to ensure your reunion is a success!
Class Agents are the key leaders in the College's efforts to maximize class unity and increase support from alumni through participation in the Beloiter Fund. Class agents also serve as news brokers for the class.
The Beloit Career Network is a group of alumni, parents, and friends of the College who are eager to serve as informational resources, post job openings, or serve as a local contact for students interning in their area.
The Alumni/Parents Admissions Program (APAP) is vital to the success of Beloit College! Volunteers refer students to Beloit, host or attend receptions in their hometowns, and represent the College at events our admissions counselors are not able to attend. APAPers are our most enthusiastic promoters and a great asset in attracting bright new students to Beloit.