Lead the Way for Your Classmates
We invite Canterbury alumni throughout the world to come together and create opportunities that nurture a lifelong relationship with one another and the School. From social events and career networking to community service projects and cultural outings to Alumni Weekend and class reunions, volunteering provides many opportunities to reconnect with Canterbury and meet other alumni from your area and beyond.
Complimentary Alumni Weekend registration
Recognition in PALLIUM and at alumni events
Contact Marcus Hudson, Development Officer, at email@example.com for more information.
These committees—typically made up of Class Ambassadors—create meaningful experiences for their reunion classmates, most often during Alumni Weekend on the hilltop. Members reconnect with classmates, assist with event planning, encourage Alumni Weekend and reunion event attendance, and lead their class gift efforts.
“The campus…the weather…the magic of celebrating the fun and frivolity of friendships past gave classmates a fantastic experience through the re-telling of stories often repeated over the years.”
Charles “Chip” Berman ’72, Class Ambassador and Reunion Committee member
Regional Chapter Leadership Team
Join a leadership team in your area and be a part of something special. As a Regional Chapter Leader, you have a variety of ways to make a difference for your local alumni base and community, such as planning social events, service activities, and networking opportunities.
Keep your Saints spirit going strong!
Saints Speaker Series
Looking for a feel-good way to stay involved with your alma mater? Connect directly with current students! Consider one or more of these options for you to inspire our Saints and play an active role in their education:
Host students for experiential learning opportunities at your place of business. Show them around; introduce them to colleagues. Nothing connects a student to classroom learning like seeing those concepts in action!
Serve as a “Saints Off the Hill” speaker at School Meeting. Students are extra-motivated to see successful graduates sharing their stories, and you have every chance to engage with them after the presentation.
Come to campus as a guest speaker for a class or student organization. It adds an extra layer of authenticity for students to hear from someone who once sat in their seats talking about real-world experiences.
Become a role model and source of inspiration for future alumni—contact Kate Heslin ’96, P ’24, ’25, Director of Alumni Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.