Carnegie Mellon University
January 04, 2024

The Curriculum Committee is looking for TWO new members!

Osher at CMU was built by a group of volunteers who put time and effort into creating a life-long learning environment. Volunteers laid the stepping-stones for future courses and events to be successful. Now there is an opportunity for new volunteers to step in to support our wonderful program and continue the path to a fruitful organization! Please consider joining one of the following committees:

  • The Curriculum Committee establishes our wonderful slate of courses each term with a mixture of new and returning courses.

Please read more detailed descriptions below. If you believe you’d be a great asset to either team, and that your talents will be a valuable addition to the committee, we encourage you to fill in a volunteer application!  

Complete a short Volunteer Application to be considered.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Committee participation is limited to current Osher Members only. 

Current Committee Openings

Curriculum Committee - Committee member

The Curriculum Committee is in need of a few new committee members. The Curriculum Committee recruits new Study Leaders for course offerings to keep the curriculum vibrant and responsive to member needs and interests. They develop a rapport and communicate regularly with Study Leaders to encourage continued participation and development of new course offerings. Lastly, they follow up with and support Study Leaders as they prepare their on-line course proposal submissions.

Please read the Curriculum Committee charter before applying.

Osher at CMU Mission and Vision

The mission of Osher at CMU is to provide its members with learning and social enrichment opportunities that increase their knowledge, enhance skills and interactions with peers, and increase cultural and social awareness, complementing CMU's leading role in educational, intellectual, and cultural life in the Pittsburgh region.

Osher at CMU's vision is to be a premier quality source of lifelong learning for its members through cost effective, short-term, non-credit courses, lectures, field trips, special interest groups, and other events supporting its mission.