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The Alumni Board has created unique and exciting ways for you to stay connected to Campbell Hall and one another.

Alumni Board Member

The purpose of the Alumni Board is to promote an awareness of Campbell Hall and its current programs among the 3,700 alumni. These 21 individuals encouraging volunteerism, philanthropy, while also organizing social and professional networking opportunities through various events and programs. In addition, the board supports Campbell Hall through fundraising efforts which provide financial support to CH students and families.

In order to join, please contact us for further information!

Class Captains

Act as a liaison between the Alumni Association and his or her particular graduating class. The Class Captain helps to encourage attendance to Alumni Events along with helping to expand our message of philanthropy for Campbell Hall. Each February the Class Captains from 1-10 years out play an integral role is the Young Alumni Challenge where grades complete to increase the number of alums from class who support and give to the CH Fund.

Alumni College Mentors

Offers current Campbell Hall upperclassmen the opportunity to reach out to CH Alumni who attend/ed a particular college of university they may be considering. Throughout the college admissions process, current students can contact alumni for general questions, advice or concerns pertaining to the school that the alum attends. We currently have a list of over 200 mentors from 100 different schools across the country.

Professional Networking

The Alumni Professional Network is an exciting tool for Campbell Hall Graduates seeking professional growth, mentorship and connection to others in their field. The searchable network is exclusive to CH graduates only and allows you locate and view the industries, cities and states your fellow alums are in.
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