Volunteer at Commencement
Commencement wants YOU to volunteer for one (or multiple) ceremonies this May! Volunteer registration closes Monday, April 16.
The 2018 Commencement is just around the corner! We hope that you join the Pace Community in celebrating the Class of 2018 and their many accomplishments.
Commencement is a celebration of the entire efforts of the Pace Community, and it cannot be achieved without your help. Therefore, we kindly request you consider volunteering at the Pleasantville Undergraduate, New York Undergraduate, and/or Graduate Commencement ceremonies.
To assist at one or more of the ceremonies, please complete the commencement staff assistance form. Once you have been assigned to a job responsibility, we will conduct meetings with group leaders to review specific tasks.
Please note: registration to assist will close on Monday, April 16, 2018.
Perks of volunteering for Commencement include:
- >> 1/2 day flextime for those who work more than one Commencement ceremony
- >> Breakfast and/or lunch will be provided
- >> $10 gift card for Barnes & Noble for every ceremony you work
- >> Entry into a $100 raffle (five drawn per ceremony) for every ceremony you work
- >> Thank you lunch with the provost
The schedule is as follows:
MONDAY, MAY 14
Law School Ceremony | 1:00 p.m. | Law School Campus
WEDNESDAY, MAY 16
Westchester Undergraduate Ceremony | 11:00 a.m. | Goldstein Fitness Center
TUESDAY, MAY 22
New York Undergraduate Ceremony | 10:30 a.m. | Radio City Music Hall
New York Graduate Ceremony | 4:00 p.m. | Radio City Music Hall
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