You already know that financial support from alumni helps sustain the human-scale, high-impact learning that characterizes Marlboro. But you may not know that alumni gifts—regardless of their size—also impact the college’s national visibility and reputation. Learn about giving to Marlboro Make your gift online
Welcome, Marlboro alumni! As a small but mighty college, Marlboro thrives on community engagement. However you choose to engage as an alumnus—whether by providing a career connection, sharing your story, or giving your time or financial support—your participation in the Marlboro community strengthens the whole.
We encourage you to explore this section of our website to connect with your fellow graduates, learn about volunteer and giving opportunities, update your information, access online resources, and read up on the latest Marlboro news. If you have any questions or suggestions related to the Marlboro alumni community, please contact Alumni Director Kathy Waters at email@example.com or (802) 451-7145.
Alumni Days 2016
Thanks to those who joined us in October 2016 for an action-packed weekend of faculty-led sessions, energizing activities, and social events. If you missed it, you can still read one of the highlights of the weekend, the welcome address by Laura Stevenson, professor emeritus of literature writing.
Donating your time and talents is one of the best ways to stay engaged with Marlboro. Volunteer opportunities range from interviewing prospective students through MAAP (the Marlboro Alumni Admissions Program) to accompanying current students on O.P. trips to offering career mentoring and connections to recent graduates.
If you’re like most Marlboro alumni, you’re innately curious and embrace learning as a way of life. This section is designed for you: Watch Marlboro webcasts, stay on top of upcoming readings and exhibitions, and explore the college’s broad range of graduate and professional studies offerings.
Kathleen Draper, MBA in Managing for Sustainability
Kathleen describes herself as a biochar maven on a mission to 'plant waste wisely' by turning local agricultural waste into a value-added carbon-negative soil conditioner.
Read Kathleen’s story