Annual Report 2021
Welcome to our 2021 Annual Report. We’ve made it another year—more as a society, than just the Alumni Foundation. The last year has sort of felt like an extension of the year before. We’ve learned a great deal about ourselves, about the people around us, and for the most part, it’s brought us closer as a community, albeit not exactly physically. There are fatigue that have set in, like Zoom fatigue and virus fear fatigue, but in many ways we are seeing some light at the end of the tunnel, and we are clinging on strongly to that… Read the Full Report
Annual Report 2020
Some…stuff happened in 2020. Plans got changed, alumni faced challenges, but we got some great work done. Check out the 2020 Annual Report to learn about some of our programming including:
- Guest spots in class
- Alumni Zoom hangs
- Guest lectures
- Creation of the jobs listserv (join here!)
Annual Report 2018
Welcome to our 2018 Annual Report! We are excited to share with you what we’ve been up to and brag
about what we’ve accomplished this past year.
The highlight of the year was seeing many of you at the Everett Program’s 20th Anniversary celebration. We
worked closely with the Everett Program staff to plan a full weekend of events in which we welcomed alumni
from across the country and across the globe! During our hike on campus, discussions at the Everett Program
office in Social Sciences 1, and the dinners and bar hopping…
Read the rest in the report.
Annual Report 2017
Two years ago, I founded the Everett Alumni Foundation with the intent to support and build stronger ties
between current students, alumni, and friends of the Everett Program. With their encouragement and support, I
have worked with other alumni to build an organization to connect all the incredible individuals who have been
part of this unique undergraduate experience.
The greatest thing about the Everett Program is that it’s self-selecting for high-achieving individuals. All of us want
to get hands on to implement lasting social change. We aren’t content with leading an individually ethical life.
We want large-scale impact.
Read the rest in the report