Interested in serving on the Young Alumni Advisory Council?
Young Alumni Advisory Council
(YAAC) is an elected body of former students who have graduated from Texas A&M University within the last 10 years. Their purpose is to act as official ambassadors for The Association of Former Students and serve as a sounding board for their demographic to Texas A&M University and The Association, by assessing and recommending programs and tactics that promote the mission, values, vision and strategic plans of these institutions.
The Young Alumni Advisory Council’s goals are:
- To provide opportunities and events for Young Alumni with programmatic emphasis on social networking, community service and career development;
- To foster a spirit of involvement and participation amongst Young Alumni; and
- To encourage engagement with constituencies across the university and The Association of Former Students that best meet the needs of the Young Alumni population.
As official volunteers of The Association of Former Students, the Young Alumni Advisory Council is made up of three committees and 41 total members. The duties of YAAC members are outlined in their respective committee’s scope of work and shall include, but shall not be limited to, participation in Young Alumni-specific programming; representation of the Council and The Association at local A&M Club events; financial contribution to The Association; and performing any other duties necessary for the successful execution of the mission of the Young Alumni Advisory Council.
November 2019 - YAAC enjoying themselves during Young Alumni Weekend
2020 YAAC - Committees
To find out more about the former students who make up the YAAC, visit the committee pages below.
A&M Clubs Committee
The A&M Clubs Committee is made up of young alumni representatives who advise The Association of Former Students and its A&M Club Coordinators on best practices for engaging young former students on the local level. This committee is charged with assessing existing engagement strategies, recommending new, and improved, initiatives that appeal to this demographic, and assisting The Association with managing its Club programs by evaluating data and ensuring that Clubs are actively engaging young alumni in their area.
Marketing and Communications Committee
The Marketing and Communications Committee’s purpose is to advise The Association on marketing to and communicating with young alumni, and to amplify The Association's engagement with that cohort.
Engagement and Student Transition Committee
The Engagement and Student Transition Committee’s purpose is to advise The Association of Former Students in their efforts to connect with young alumni and current students as they transition into life as a former student.
Check out photos from our recent YAAC Meeting here!