Parent Advisory Council
Because Family is the Heart of Every Hood Student's Success
What is the Parent Advisory Council?
Hood’s Parent Advisory Council is comprised of involved family and friends who enthusiastically give of their time, talent and treasure. Whether volunteering at campus events, serving as a resource for future Hood parents, or supporting our Blazer student-athletes, you will find like-minded partners committed to Hood’s primary goal of student success.
Parent and family leaders are an integral component of the vibrant experience we offer our Hood students. Your engagement and support of the College’s missions and goals are critical to the success of every Hood student. Joining the Hood College Parent Advisory Council is a way for you to actively demonstrate your commitment to Hood College.
Ready to join the Hood College PAC?
Contact Kellye Greenwald ’86, director of alumni and constituent engagement, at email@example.com for more information about becoming a member.
*Volunteer at one or more virtual or in-person campus event
*Attend at least two PAC virtual or in-person meetings per year
*Support the Hood Fund annually
*Serve on one or more PAC committees
*Recruit other Hood parents and family members to serve on the Council
*Be an ambassador for Hood College
*Hospitality and priority seating for select campus events
*Invitations to presidential and other exclusive events
*Preferred seating at academic celebrations, including Commencement
*Special discounts at the Hood College Bookstore
*Enrollment Management – assist the admission team with outreach and at recruitment events
*Campus Life – volunteer at campus events to enhance the experiences of all Hood students
*Marketing – assist the marketing team with parent and family newsletter and social media
*Athletics – support our Blazers by attending athletic events and joining The Blue & Grey Club
*Advancement – embrace and encourage the tradition of philanthropy by supporting fundraising efforts
*Career Center – expand internship and job opportunities for students and serve as a professional resource for career readiness