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Club Leader Resources
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Each Columbia Business School alumni club has an appointed club leader or set of co-club leaders who oversee a leadership team. If you are interested in getting involved in an existing club, please visit that club’s homepage for club leader contact information.
Minimum requirements for starting a new club
- Club leader’s profile must be up-to-date on the Columbia Business School alumni directory.
- Must be willing to commit to serving as a club leader for two years.
- With help from the School, must identify two to four additional alumni willing to participate in the leadership team.
- Must be willing to organize at least two alumni events per year including the annual Worldwide Alumni Club Event in June.
- For additional club leader resources, please contact Courtney Foster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to begin the process for creating a new club charter, please contact James Perkins, associate director of alumni clubs and global outreach, at email@example.com or 212-854-7947.
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