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Alumni Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT)

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  • Franklin & Marshall Alumni Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT) provides a unique experience through programs that demonstrate how seniors can remain engaged with the college after graduation. Through monthly meetings, the students will learn about the inner workings of the college as well as how to stay involved after graduation. The ALOT program seeks to foster a deeper connection between the students and F&M in addition to giving them the tools to be active and involved alumni. ALOT students will be committed members of the senior class who will act as leaders for their class as future alumni.


To increase young alumni participation in areas of volunteerism and support of the college by educating seniors about the variety of opportunities that exist for them after graduation.


ALOT will provide its members with information about the governance and organization of the college as well as sharing opportunities to continue playing an active role in the life of the college after graduation. Members will learn about the Alumni Association, the Board of Trustees, the organization of the College, and the roles they will play as their class’s leaders. ALOT will also give its members opportunities to see how being an active alumnus has shaped the lives of current alumni.

Membership Opportunities and Responsibilities

Members are required to attend the monthly 1 hour long meetings. Meetings will feature guest speakers from various college offices, the Alumni Association, Board of Trustees, and other areas of the college in which alumni play a critical role.
Members will be invited to various events throughout the year such as Alumni Association Board functions, regional chapter gatherings, and other alumni events.
Members will be paired with an Alumni Association Board member in an advisory program.
Members are required to be an engaged participant of the Senior Class Campaign Outreach Committee, as giving back in different ways to F&M is a key part of their future responsibilities as class leaders.  As members of the Senior Class Campaign, you will work with the Co-chairs and Steering Committee and take on responsibilities of outreach to seniors to encourage participation and giving.
Members will remain as engaged alumni with the college and their class, and will serve as primary points of contact to the rest of their class as class agents and volunteers following graduation.
While this is a student organization, its purpose is to educate members on the opportunities that exist for them to stay actively engaged with the college after graduation. In addition, ALOT seeks to form lasting relationships between members and the college, and will help them motivate their fellow classmates to stay engaged with F&M as well.

  • Questions?

    Contact:Monica Dewan '13

    Assistant Director of Student and Young Alumni Engagement

    (717) 358-4711