Class Leadership

Class Leadership

The ACLC was formed to:
  • promote the welfare of both the University of Pennsylvania and Penn Alumni
  • further class organization
  • foster communication among class members
  • to encourage the participation of classes in alumni activities
  • to identify, develop and maintain strong and effective undergra duate alumni class leadership
The ACLC is proud to provide following events to support and guide effective and strong class leadership.

Training

Penn Reunion Leadership Conference


Nearly eleven years ago, The Penn Fund and Alumni Relations staff at the University of Pennsylvania joined together to present the first Annual Penn Reunion Leadership Conference (PRLC). This conference is designed to encapsulate all aspects of reunion volunteer involvement from soliciting classmates to creating excitement about returning to Penn for Alumni Weekend. The Alumni Class Leadership Council (ACLC) is honored to host this yearly leadership training conference.

PRLC shares an insider's perspective with all potential volunteers through interactive programming and workshops that feature a variety of University leadership officials including President Amy Gutmann. PRLC offers tremendous opportunities to connect with old friends, make new ones, and lay the foundation for successful reunions. The PRLC 2014 website will be available soon. Visit the 2013 website to learn more about PRLC.

Alumni Class Officer Installation


Homecoming Weekend Featuring Arts and Culture

Alumni Class officers are invited to join the Alumni Class Leadership Council each year at Homecoming as we recognize and honor our newly elected reunion year officers.

Newly Elected Class Officers for 2016

Click here to view the newly-elected class officers.

Penn Alumni Social Media