Elizabethtown PRIDE Program
PRIDE stands for Promote, Recruit, Involve, Donate and Employ and is the heart of a concept to engage and mobilize all of us who love our Blue and Gray. Whether you are two or 200 miles from campus, you can volunteer with Elizabethtown College and its students, faculty and staff. The E-town community thrives on the volunteer work that our alumni and parents engage in. Our volunteer support system does not just stop at the campus perimeters, but extends throughout our alumni and parents network all over the country.
The best part is - you can be involved in various areas of the College community and don't have to be on campus to do it! The PRIDE program encompasses Admissions, Alumni Relations, Career Services and Development Departments at Elizabethtown, and there are a variety of ways to get involved!
PRIDE Program Volunteer Day
Join us for the sixth annual Elizabethtown College PRIDE Program Volunteer Day on Saturday, April 18, 2015! This year's campus-wide event is a collaborative effort with Student Senate, and will provide alumni, students, faculty and staff with the opportunity to work together on seasonal spring projects that will beautify the campus.
What is the PRIDE Program?
There are five areas of the PRIDE program, each with its own unique volunteer opportunities:
- Admissions Service Network
- Career Services Volunteer
- Alumni Association Volunteer
- Development Volunteer
- Parents Association Volunteer