Whether it’s been five years or 50 since your graduation, memories of your favorite Hopkins places, people, and programs haven’t faded from your mind. Reunion years are the perfect time to share those memories with others — and to give back so future students can make their own.
Your reunion gift can benefit any area of Johns Hopkins you’d like and will be counted toward your class year’s total (after all, it wouldn’t be Hopkins without a little healthy competition). Class years often choose a special purpose for their collective gift. For example, the Class of 2009 last year honored the memory of their classmate, Anne Smedinghoff, by raising funds for a scholarship that benefits a student pursuing an international relations degree.
If you’re a graduate of the following classes, keep an eye out for communications from your class representatives about how to contribute to your reunion fund in 2020:
can help provide scholarships to the HopkinsLEAD intensive leadership skills seminar for nearly 900 undergraduates.