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Friends & Family Weekend will be held October 25–27, 2013 and includes the inauguration of 14th President Dan Weiss.
Friends & Family Weekend will be held October 25–27, 2013 and includes the inauguration of 14th President Dan Weiss.

Updates for Alumni & Parents

CDO Now CCPA

The Career Development Office has transitioned into the Center for Career and Professional Advising (CCPA) with a new dean, Kelly Cleary, at the helm. The CCPA is focused on fostering career exploration, professional growth for students and alumni, networking, and outreach with employers. Check out the new website, the Alumni Resources portal, and Haverford's official LinkedIn group designed to help students and alumni network and discuss career-related topics. More information about career resources for alumni will appear in future issues of this e-newsletter.

Fall for the 'Ford During Young Alumni Giving Month

This October marks the fourth annual Young Alumni Giving Month, celebrating the importance of support for Haverford from graduates of the last decade (Classes of 2004-2013). Every young alumni gift to the Annual Fund made by October 31, 2013 will be matched dollar for dollar by a family from the Class of 2011. Make your gift and double your impact by falling for the 'Ford today.

Speak with current students by phone

Current student callers will be picking up the phone beginning on September 23rd to share news about the College, update contact information, and encourage alumni and parent support for the Annual Fund. We hope you will take a few minutes to speak with our students and reconnect with Haverford. If you prefer not to give by phone, please make your gift online today!

Join Us for Family & Friends Weekend, October 25–27, 2013

Visit your Ford, meet members of the College community, and engage in the unique Haverford experience. Highlights of the weekend will include:

  • The inauguration of Dan Weiss as the 14th president of Haverford College, followed by a community lunch, on Saturday, October 26.
  • Special class for parents taught by Haverford faculty.
  • Open House featuring the Academic Centers.
  • Panel discussions with the deans, faculty, and student leaders.
  • Presentations on study abroad and career and professional advising.
  • Gallery opening, student athletic competitions, and celebratory concerts.

View the complete schedule and registration information. Questions? Contact Parent Programs.

Honor a Ford with an Award

The classes of 1944–2009 will celebrate reunions in May 2014. Please consider making a nomination for one or more of the awards that will be presented during Alumni Weekend 2014. Your nominee does not necessarily have to be in a reunion class; however, it is particularly meaningful to receive an award while celebrating a reunion on campus.

Alumni Achievement Awards The Kannerstein Award for Sustained Service to the College The Haverford Award for Service to Humanity The Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award for Outstanding Contributions in a Profession The Young Alumni Award for Accomplishments in Leadership The Lawrence Forman Award for Excellence in Athletics

Volunteer Leadership Awards

The William Kaye Award for Exemplary Service in Career Development The Archibald MacIntosh Award for Exemplary Service in Admission The Charles Perry Award for Exemplary Service in Fundraising The William E. Sheppard Award for Exemplary Service in Alumni Activities The Friend Award of Haverford College Award

Learn more about each award and to submit your nomination(s) online. All nominations must be received by Thursday, October 31, 2013. Questions? Please contact Alumni Relations and Annual Giving.

Very important: The Alumni Awards Committee will only consider nominations that provide detailed and concise background information (which may include personal stories, newspaper articles, concurrence from other alumni, or other pertinent information) in support of the nominee.

The Climbing Stone, by Peter Rockwell '58, is located outside Magill Library.

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