A Letter from the Associate VP of Alumni Relations and Development Programs
Dear alumni of Case Western Reserve University,
Campus is once again buzzing with energy after a refreshing winter recess, reminding us of all the opportunities a new year brings—a chance to expand our horizons, establish new goals and renew commitments to the things we value most.
This year, I invite you to engage more with your alma mater. No matter where you live, what you studied or when you graduated, there are a variety of ways you can make an impact on campus and beyond.
Visit our website for more information about the opportunities listed below, or email us at email@example.com to get started.
On behalf of the Alumni Association of Case Western Reserve University, I wish you a happy and healthy New Year! I look forward to connecting with you in 2023.
Bradford W. Crews (SAS '21)
Associate Vice President
Alumni Relations and Development Programs
Case Western Reserve University
5 ways to engage with CWRU in 2023
1. Connect with your local alumni chapter
Whether you plan a cultural outing in your area, recruit local alumni or simply join us at an event, there are many ways to get involved with a CWRU alumni chapter near you.
2. Check out CWRU affinity groups
Case Western Reserve affinity groups offer a chance to connect with fellow alumni who share common interests and goals, while championing leadership and advocacy efforts on campus.
3. Serve on a board or committee
From coordinating reunions to participating in the university’s strategic planning, Case Western Reserve seeks dedicated volunteers to serve on a variety of boards, committees and societies.
4. Meet and mentor current students
Explore a variety of opportunities to connect with today’s Spartans—from helping an international student acclimate to life in Cleveland to introducing first- and second-year students to your field of study.
5. Become an admissions ambassador
Alumni Admissions Ambassadors are a unique and vital resource in university recruitment efforts. Help prospective students find the right fit by sharing your Case Western Reserve experience.