Alumni at Earlham College
Wherever you go and whatever you do after graduation, you are always an Earlhamite. Our alumni are a vital part of our community, and the lives and work of our current students, faculty and staff are enriched because of the time, resources and expertise you so generously give.
After all, you gathered sticks and kindled a fire and left it burning.
How can you help during the COVID-19 pandemic?
During this uncertain time, we are deeply moved by the number of Earlhamites reaching out to rally behind our students and the entire Earlham Community. Earlhamites are amazingly selfless and caring, and we are so thankful. Earlhamites have stepped up by:
- Signing up to volunteer
- Posting jobs and/or internships
- Connecting on LinkedIn
- Staying connected
- Making a gift to Earlham College
Save the date: Homecoming & Reunion Weekend is Oct. 12-15, 2023!
We welcomed family and friends back to our campus in 2022 for the first time in three years. And the weekend was a huge success! We caught up, reminisced and had an unforgettable time.
We can’t wait to do it all again in 2023. Save the date and start making your plans to visit your home-away-from-home.
Together, for good
From volunteering to attending events to mentoring current students, Earlham alumni stay connected to our community in numerous ways. Explore some of your options below.
EC Connect is an online community that connects Earlhamites to fellow alumni, faculty and staff, and students. Create your account today to:
- Volunteer. Sign up to be a mentor to a current Earlham student, or help with recruitment and career development.
- Connect. Find Earlhamites who share your interests, live in your area, or work in your industry.
- Network. Offer or receive career advice, share your expertise, post jobs and internships, and expand your professional network.
- Engage. Stay up-to-date with all things happening at Earlham, and look at our event offerings.
As when it was founded in 1873, the mission of our alumni magazine is to “bear tidings of prosperity and vicissitudes of Earlham to its friends and supporters.”