Volunteer Opportunities

Take advantage of the many opportunities to volunteer and support Coe.

Please use the "Volunteer Form" button on the left in order to let us know where your interests lie.

Admission Panelist

Answer questions and share your Coe experiences during a Q&A panel session. Events are typically held on campus, but may also take place virtually over Zoom or another platform.

Alumni Council

Purposes of the council include promoting the welfare and influence of Coe College and establishing a mutually beneficial relationship between the College and its alumni; fostering a spirit of fellowship and loyalty among its members; encouraging support of the College; and providing members with news of current activities at the College through publications.

C3 Presenter

Speak to current students on a topic in your area of expertise. We hold various events throughout the year which we invite alumni to speak at on different topics. If you are interested in speaking to current students about a specific topic – graduate school, student loans, managing money after college, retirement planning, diversity and equity in the workplace, or any other topic – visit the C3 page to learn about all the opportunities available and sign up so we can follow up with you individually.

Kohawk Connections

Email, phone or meet with (in-person or virtually) prospective students to help them envision the opportunities they will have by hearing more about what you experienced. 

Regional Ambassador

Enhance the overall power of Coe’s global alumni network in your area by serving as a regional ambassador. You know your area best – help with event planning, marketing, outreach efforts and hosting regional Kohawk events. Want to host your own Coe event? Let us know and we'll help you celebrate with a free Kohawk Event Kit.

Regional Recruiting Assistance

Bring Coe to the student's backyard. Join admission staff at college fairs or regional receptions hosted in your area.

Reunion Ambassador

Reunion ambassadors represent each reunion class and collaborate with the Office of Alumni Engagement and Advancement staff in three main areas related to homecoming weekend: connecting, contributing, and celebrating. The primary role of a reunion ambassador involves outreach to classmates to encourage participation in homecoming weekend alumni gatherings.

Scholarship Interview Committee Member

Interview committees, typically composed of 2-3 members of the Coe community, meet with prospective students being considered for additional merit awards. Interview and evaluation details are shared for each scholarship opportunity.

Student Competition Judge

Throughout the year, Coe students participate in various competitions which require judges or moderators. We often need volunteers to fill these roles. If you are interested in volunteering for this, please know that some opportunities may be on-campus only, but we will be specific in our requests on such occasions. Experience is generally not required, or training will be provided beforehand.