Princeton volunteers are among the most dedicated alumni on the planet. Thanking them for all they do on behalf of Princeton is the single most important responsibility of the Stewardship committee. The committee also seeks to foster a culture of appreciation for volunteers in all of the Alumni Council committees and activities. Recognizing individual volunteers helps the whole community see the dedication of particular alumni members and the range of volunteer opportunities open to all alumni.

Volunteer Profiles

Individuals are lauded as "Aluminaries" in the PAW and on the Alumni Association website. Each spring in the Daily Princetonian, young alumni volunteers are highlighted by the Alumni Association for their exceptional work. These volunteers, and others, can be found in a variety of alumni activities across the country and around the world.

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Suggest Recognition Methods

If you would like to suggest ways to recognize and thank Princetonians for their work in serving alumni and the broader community, please contact the Office of Alumni Affairs at alco@princeton.edu.

Volunteer Recognition Resources

Resources include sample "thank you" messages, customizable "recognition" templates and creative gift ideas for alumni volunteers.

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Committee Leadership

Patrick Blake '86 P11 P13, Chair

Jim Cohen '86, Vice Chair