The mission of the Gator Club® of Miami is to foster and enhance the relationship between the University of Florida, its alumni, students and friends in the City of Miami, its surrounding areas and to support the University’s mission of teaching, research and service. We look forward in working with you in achieving our mission.

 

Welcome Fellow Gators, the Gator Club of Miami wants you to show your Orange and Blue spirit by becoming a Gator Volunteer. Your Gator Club of Miami is solely run on Gator Volunteers from your President to your Web Master and were always are looking for more Gators who want to help out. Gator Volunteers are needed throughout the year and are in high demand. Here are some activities and events that take place throughout the year.

Football Kickoff BBQ

Kickball Tournament

Outreach Events

Walk the Grove

Business Card Exchange

Wine & Cheese

Football & Basketball Viewing Parties

Dinner with the Gators

Holiday Party

Scholarship Review

Orange Bowl Classic Tournament Gathering

International Gator Day

Meet & Greet Volunteers

Alumni Cruise

Alumni Softball Game UF vs. UM

Meet & Greet with Miami Heat

Dodge Ball Tournament

Gators at the Ball Park

Student Gator Volunteers

The Gator Club of Miami has about 2,500 volunteer hoursavailable to all students. If you are interested in becoming a Student Gator Volunteer, please fill out the 2011-2012 GCOM Volunteer Information application and send to Stacy Rubel atstacy@305gators.comonce you have completed it.

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Alumni who are35and youngerare our Gator Young Alumni. GCOM is here to strengthen the Gator Young Alumni connection to the Gator Nation and dedicate programs that would be of interest to young alumni, such as community service projects, career networking, travel opportunities and social activities.

Show your Orange and Blue spirit by becoming a Gator Volunteer. GCOM is solely run on Gator Volunteers and we are asking for you to get involved. If you are interested in becoming a Gator Volunteers please e-mail a completed 2011-2012 GCOM Volunteer Information application to Nicole Cueto at nicole@305gators.com.