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Becoming a Commencement Volunteer

Volunteers serve a very important role during Commencement exercises.  They assist in organizing and leading an orderly procession of hundreds of undergraduate, degree candidates from the line-up to seating areas at the Curtis Culwell Center. In doing so, volunteers play a crucial role in ensuring that Commencement is a dignified and memorable experience for graduates, their families and friends, and invited guests of the Eastfield College.

Being a volunteer is neither difficult nor time-consuming.  The commitment involves attending one meeting in April, from 10 a.m. to noon.  At the meeting, volunteer responsibilities and duties related to the line-up and procession of graduates on Commencement Day will be reviewed. On Commencement Day, volunteers report to their lead, assist with the line-up and procession of their degree candidates, and their job is finished.

If you are interested in serving as a volunteer, please contact us at 4graduation@dcccd.edu