You can play a vital role in supporting the interests and advancement of the Carleton University Alumni Association (CUAA) and the university. Keep in touch with us and fellow alumni in a variety of ways!
Bring your unique combination of interests, skills, experience and talents that enables Carleton to make a positive difference in the lives of students and graduates. Learn more about the Carleton University Alumni Association, its mission and values and the important role that alumni can play in supporting their alma mater volunteer opportunities in the CUAA Volunteer Handbook.
Contact the Alumni Relations Officer at (613) 1-866-CU-PROUD (287-7683) or firstname.lastname@example.org. for more information about volunteering.
Within the CUAA, there are positions available on the National Executive Council or on the executive of each chapter or affiliate. For more information about volunteering for the CUAA, contact Christina Chénard at 613-520-2600 Ext 4131.
The Carleton University Alumni Association is a thriving organization of over 158,000 Carleton graduates living and working in Canada and around the world.
A worldwide network of 45 chapters and affiliates of the association extends across Canada in major cities, the U.S. and overseas. These groups, run by alumni volunteers, help organize events, programs and other great opportunities to keep Carleton graduates in touch with the school and each other. Get involved with your local chapter and start reconnecting!
Guide current Carleton students and recent graduates toward career success by sharing your knowledge, expertise and passion. Connect face-to-face with a mentee who wants to learn more about your industry. Let’s shape the future, together.
In recent years, alumni have been invited to actively participate in convocation ceremonies. Representatives symbolically welcome new graduates to the alumni association just after they receive their degrees.
Host an International Student for Thanksgiving
Participate in a cultural exchange and host an international student for Thanksgiving. Help students new to Canada learn more about our traditions, while learning about other countries represented in our Carleton community! For more information visit https://carleton.ca/isso/thanksgiving/
Carleton University Experiential Learning (CUAEL) Project
Carleton University has a new experiential learning project recently funded by the Government of Ontario’s Career Ready Fund called, the Carleton University Accessible Experiential Learning (CUAEL) Project. The CUAEL project supports eligible students to work on or off-campus in subsidized employment opportunities. We welcome the opportunity to work with you to determine how a CUAEL placement would benefit the growth and success of your organization.