What is the purpose of a Seminole Club?
- A Seminole Club serves as a vehicle to unite the alumni and friends of FSU in an organized effort. Clubs provide an opportunity for increased participation with the university and fellowship with other local Seminoles.
How do Seminole Clubs operate?
- Seminole Clubs are non-dues based regional organizations sponsored by the FSU Alumni Association. Each club is comprised of a volunteer board of directors who are charged with managing their club. The success of the Seminole Clubs network depends upon our dedicated volunteer leaders.
How do I become a member of my local Seminole Club?
- All FSU Alumni Association members and/or Seminole Booster members are automatically granted membership into the 80+ Seminole Clubs across the country.
What volunteer opportunities are available?
- There are a myriad of ways to volunteer with your local Seminole Club! These opportunities range from volunteering to work single day events to becoming an active member of the board. Volunteers can also donate their talents (e.g. logo design, web support, etc.) or help the club with resources. Each Seminole Club’s volunteer needs vary, but every club is always looking for those willing to lend a helping hand.
How can I get involved?
- To volunteer with a Seminole Club please complete the Volunteer Interest form. Once this form is submitted, a member of the FSU Alumni Association staff with contact you with your local clubs information and assist you with learning about Seminole Club volunteer opportunities.
Who can volunteer with Seminole Clubs?
- Seminole Club volunteer opportunities are open to anyone with the desire to give back to the university and their local Seminole Club.