Alumni Organizing Survey

Having laid down the groundwork in 2014, REC's Alumni Organizing Initiative continues to gain momentum in the new year. REC firmly believes that alumni support amplifies the demands of student campaigns and can provide the necessary push to bring about social change on campus and in the community. Alumni organizing expands support for endowment justice beyond campuses, from building alumni networks within and between universities to lending power to ongoing student campaigns.

For more details on our program, please visit the main Alumni Organizing page.

REC highly values alumni input and wants to hear from YOU! If you are an alumnus/alumna who is interested in endowment justice and wants to connect with a network of forward-thinking alumni and students, kindly fill out this short survey: 


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