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The Regional Chapters Program assists alumni, parents and friends across the globe in building lifelong relationships with each other and with Franklin & Marshall. Volunteering and attending chapter events in your region are great ways to share enriching experiences with other friends of F&M, strengthen the F&M network and stay connected with the life of the College.
The College currently has 22 active Regional Chapters, each of which is represented by volunteers who work with College staff to plan engaging social and community events for regional alumni, parents and friends. These events range from cultural offerings, such as museum tours and faculty lectures, to social gatherings at sporting events and happy hours.
If you are interested in volunteering your time to become a regional chapter leader or helping with events in your region, contact Associate Director of Alumni Relations Aimee Achorn Fasnacht at (717) 358-4719 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Already a volunteer? Check out our resources for Regional Chapter Leaders.
Thank You Message
from Alumni Relations
On behalf of Franklin & Marshall College and its Alumni Association, we thank you for your leadership and service to our Diplomat family through your role in the Regional Chapters.
As Diplomats, the community we share is a special one. The Franklin & Marshall legacy stretches back more than 200 years, and our alumni (more than 25,000 around the world) are leaders in almost every profession. Our network of friends, with their many talents and common interests, is a tremendous resource. Regional Chapters make this resource easily available to all who have called Franklin & Marshall “home.”
We look forward to dynamic partnerships with you in delivering a wide variety of activities, keeping our fingers on the pulse of today’s (and tomorrow’s) F&M, and offering F&M friends a lifetime of value in our network through your service.
Thanks again for all that you do for Franklin & Marshall and its regional communities!
With warm regards,
Aimee Achorn Fasnacht