Ways to Volunteer

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Ways to Volunteer

Community outreach and student support are some of the ways you can volunteer. A few examples include joining the CALES Alumni Council (open to all CALES grads) or the Ag 100 Council (a networking and advocacy group) or providing job internships and career opportunities for our students. No matter your level of giving ability, there’s a way for you to help ensure continued student success at CALES.


Where Academics and Innovation Meet

Nutritional sciences and wellness research, food safety education in microbiology, animal sciences, family studies, retailing and plant sciences are but a few of the areas of focus within CALES. The college’s educational programs cover more than 20 majors, and our research extends to world-wide collaboration with global impacts.


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Growing Arizona’s Economy

The Ag 100 Council invites industry leaders to join its membership to support CALES initiatives with some of Arizona’s leading agriculturists and members of the business community who network, advocate and provide financial support. Learn more about membership and how to participate.

Ag 100 Council

Connect and Engage

The CALES Alumni Council puts advocacy into action. How? By connecting new students, alumni and friends plus responding to the dynamic needs of the CALES community. This program is available to all CALES former students who graduated or completed 30 units of credit. Meet our Board of Directors and find out how to apply to join the council.

Alumni Council

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Built to Succeed

From linking current students to career prospects and sharing real-time industry insights to promoting faculty and academic partnerships, our corporate relations strategy aims to streamline the road to success for all of CALES students, faculty, researchers and alumni. Discover how you can get involved.

Corporate Relations