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Call for Nominations for the Ithaca College Alumni Association Board of Directors

Contributed by Gretchen Van Valen on 01/08/21 

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The Ithaca College Alumni Association Board of Directors is accepting nominations for open board of director positions. 

Representing the college's 70,000+ alumni, the Ithaca College Alumni Association Board of Directors is a dedicated group of alumni who serve in an advisory capacity and help guide the college's efforts to create a vibrant, dynamic alumni community with strong ties to the college and each other.

Qualifications and background include knowledge and experience necessary to make a meaningful contribution to the board’s activities; the ability to commit the time necessary to make a meaningful contribution; a demonstrated record of involvement in alumni activities and college events; and a record of giving to Ithaca College. Only alumni who are not currently employed by the college are eligible for consideration. New board of director terms begin July 1, 2021.

If you know of an alumnus/a who may be interested in offering their time and expertise, and make a real commitment to IC, please submit your nomination for them by January 31, 2020.

If you have any questions, please contact Gretchen Van Valen, MM ’93, Director of Alumni and Family Engagement at gvanvalen@ithaca.edu.

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