Updates for Alumni & Parents
Join us on campus for Family & Friends Weekend, celebrate Young Alumni Month, and more.
Family & Friends Weekend—October 26-28
We look forward to welcoming you to campus this weekend! Visit your Ford, meet members of the College community, and engage in the unique Haverford experience. Visit haverford.edu/family-weekend for the complete schedule of events. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Young Alumni Month
The celebration of Haverford’s youngest alumni, their achievements, and the power of their ties to the College continues through October 31. Find events near you, get involved as a volunteer, and get your #haverpumpkin ready to share on social media at hav.to/fallnow. A special two-for-one match will multiply the impact of any gift you make before the end of the month when the goal of 750 donors is reached. Only the Classes of 2009-2018 qualify, so your participation counts more than ever.
Career and Professional Advising
Want to hire a Ford? Searching for a job yourself? The College’s Center for Career and Professional Advising (CCPA) assists both current students and alumni. Visit the Alumni Resources page of the CCPA’s website to find out how you can provide support for students and alumni or tap into the job search resources yourself.
Within the CCPA’s website, you will find access to the Handshake portal, the College’s job and internship posting site. Follow the prompts to list your opportunity.
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You’re Invited: Alumni Lecture Open to the Tri-Co Community
A Report from the Trenches: Archaeology in Greece Today and its Relevance to the Contemporary World
Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 10:30 a.m.
Bryn Mawr Room of the Haverford Dining Center
James C. Wright '68, professor emeritus at Bryn Mawr College and director of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Greece from 2012-2017. Topics will include new discoveries, archaeological science research, and cultural resource management. Learn more and register here.