Programming Committee, CCLA
Posted by Cornell Club of Los Angeles on 04/24/2019
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Process for Filling Position:
Open (Volunteers self-identify)
Number of Seats:
Los Angeles, California 90012, United States
Summary of Position
People on the programming committee help support CCLA board members in planning and executing great events to bring together the over 6,000 Cornell alumni in the Los Angeles area. While not a CCLA board position, the programming committee is a great way to learn how the club operates, meet other Cornellians, and give back to the Cornell alumni community.
Please indicate if you have a specific area you'd like to help with -- Tech, Financial Services, Law, Arts & Culture, Women's Networking, Business Brunches, Social, Young Alumni, Community Service, Scholarship Events, or Cornell in Hollywood -- or are open to contributing where help is needed.
Talent Expectations: Skills
Programming committee members should represent Cornell at any Cornell Club event they plan or attend.
Kate Van Dalsem
Volunteer Position Title:
Associate Director, West Coast Engagement and Cornell Silicon Valley
Average Time Commitment:
Term of Office:
Number of terms in Office:
No hiatus required
Meeting Attendance Required?
Off Campus Location:
Meetings per year:
Other Meeting Details:
CCLA typically meets every other month but may call special meetings as needed.
Yearly Philanthropic Expectation:
Make a gift to Cornell at a level of individual comfort
Alumni Trustee Election
Vote in the annual trustee election