Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering is a wonderful way to reconnect with your classmates and your school. If you are interested in any of the below volunteer opportunities or have any questions please call the Alumnae Office at 305-446-5673 ext: 1250 or e-mail us at mcgarcia@carrollton.org.

Class Representatives
The responsibility of Class Representatives is to act as a liaison between the Alumnae Office and their respective class. They are essential in the reunion planning process and in providing contact information for the alumnae database. There can be more than one Class Representative per class.
Alumnae Council Member 
As officers of the Alumnae Association, Council Members work to plan and coordinate alumnae events and activities throughout the year. It’s mission is intended to strengthen Carrollton and its Alumnae Association through financial contributions, promotion, meetings, reunions, newsletters, correspondence and activities.
Alumnae Magazine Writers 
The magazine reports on events and activities happening throughout the school year. Each issue includes news of our students, alumnae, articles of interest by the Board of Trustees and faculty, and social events planned by our parents. Alumnae volunteers often provide updates and write about their career paths, obstacles, organizations they are a part of and events that have changed their lives.
Career Day Panelists
Alumnae representing various career fields talk to high school students and faculty about their educational and career paths and what has lead them to become the person they are today. The students visit two sessions of interest and enjoy hearing stories and experiences of the alumnae that once sat where they are seated today.
Annual Fund Volunteers
Contact with fellow alums is our vital link in the Annual Fund drive. The Annual Fund is essential to the life of the school. Alumnae are beneficiaries of earlier successful campaigns.
Mentoring
Mentoring is one of the most popular volunteer opportunities for alumnae. There are two mentoring breakfasts throughout the year: one for Sophomores and one for Seniors. The students are paired with an alumna who shares similar interests and serves as a role model for the student as well as a link to their Sacred Heart life after graduation. Alums benefit by sharing in the life of the school and by building a relationship with the student that is valuable and beneficial to both. 

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