If you believe in the extraordinary opportunity of a Carleton degree, or are a strong supporter of higher education in general, your voice is critical.
The collective effort of volunteers from the public and private sectors established Carleton in 1942. Their belief in the value of education—not just for students but for the community—and their dedication ensured the students and researchers at Carleton College, and later Carleton University, could thrive and do good things in our city, the province of Ontario, across Canada and abroad.
To this day, Carleton and its vision benefit from the partnership and encouragement of volunteers and advocates at all levels. Whether serving as mentors, assisting in university governance, engaging alumni or advocating for higher education to policy makers, our volunteer partners play an important role in enhancing the social, economic and common good we strive to deliver for the world.
Consider the different volunteer opportunities available.