The Volunteer Fair at the 2012 Volunteer Caucus
Q&A at the 2012 Volunteer Caucus opening session, "Volunteer Engagement Initiatives and Impact"
UChicago Staff and alumni meet at the 2012 Volunteer Caucus
Volunteer Caucus is an annual event dedicated to volunteers, ranging from first timers to seasoned veterans, to share their knowledge and learn from one another, to meet volunteers from across the University, and to hear more about the University initiatives and priorities. Volunteers play a critical role in the University's future success, and the Volunteer Caucus plays an important part in preparing volunteers.
Why should I attend Volunteer Caucus?
Volunteering for the University of Chicago is a great way to stay connected to your alma mater while giving back to the University. Volunteer Caucus is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the volunteer landscape and identify new and creative ways to engage with University of Chicago. The goal of Volunteer Caucus is to prepare and inform our volunteers so they can best share their affinity for the University of Chicago.
Who is invited to volunteer caucus?
Volunteer Caucus is open to all and was created to connect the well-versed volunteer with the newcomer. No matter your volunteer experience, Volunteer Caucus is certain to equip you with the tools needed to be a successful volunteer. Also, The University of Chicago considers parents and friends a part of the University community and values them as committed volunteers.
What should I expect?
Volunteer Caucus is a daylong event where you can participate in informative workshops, network with alumni leaders, gain insights from fellow volunteers, hear from University leadership, and learn new ways to get involved in the University of Chicago community.