Volunteer as a Class Ambassador and Inspire Stag Spirit

Volunteer as a Class Ambassador and Inspire Stag Spirit

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All alumni are welcome to join this fulfilling volunteer community that helps shape the learning experience for students.

Calling all Fairfield University alumni! Become part of an important volunteer initiative to build a culture of engagement and philanthropy at your alma mater by joining the Class Ambassador Program.

Class ambassadors are the face of Fairfield University to classmates and peers, and inspire a sense of class spirit and community. All alumni are invited to join this fulfilling volunteer community, especially those from classes in the '70s and '80s. 

Class Ambassadors are truly Stags for Stags, helping to shape the learning experience for current students by raising critical funds for everything from student scholarships and financial aid, to innovative academic and research programs, to activities that protect and strengthen students’ physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. 

Class Ambassadors play a vital role in keeping classmates connected with the University and encouraging their annual support of Fairfield students through personal dedication, enthusiasm, and gift contribution.

Make your mark today, sign up at fairfield.edu/ambassador. Go Stags!

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Last modified: 02-11-21 6:44 PM

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