Alumni have a variety of alumni organizations and membership options from which to choose. Alumni organizations provide members with exciting and stimulating networking opportunities, events, community outreach and professional development programs. For more information, please contact the office of Alumni Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To foster a vibrant and global network of mutual support, friendship and exploration among more than 212,000 Johns Hopkins alumni around the globe, The Johns Hopkins Alumni Association recently did away with membership dues. Your diploma automatically grants you free access to alumni events, career resources, continued learning rewards, research and library services and networking.
The JHU Alumni Council governs the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association and is responsible for the overall direction and management of the Association. The Council includes approximately 75 voting members and nine student representatives, one from each division. Present and past university alumni trustees, the university’s vice president for development and alumni relations, and the executive director of alumni relations are ex-officio members of the Council. Past association presidents are Council members emeriti. The full Council holds an annual meeting each October.
School of Education Representatives 2018-2019:
- Allyson Handley, EdD, | ’75, ’78 | JHU Alumni Council President
- Cheree Davis | ’15
- William Matsuzaki, EdD | ’02, ’05’ , ’13
- Rhonda Richetta, EdD | ’06
- R. Tony Spann*, PhD | ’10
Student Representative 2018-2019:
- Natalie Schock*, PhD Candidate
*Executive Committee Representative
Appointed by the Dean, the School of Education’s National Advisory Council serves as a critical source of advice and counsel to the Dean in setting the course for the School’s future. Membership is national in scope and is comprised of University trustees, alumni, business and public sector leaders, educators, and community members who share a commitment to improving PK-12 education and preparing leaders in this field. Members serve as ambassadors for the School, promoting its programs to external constituencies and working with the School’s leadership to ensure its strength and advancement.
The SOE is the Lambda Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, the international honor society for professional counselors, and is looking for alumni interested in serving as officers. Established in 1985, CSI’s mission is to “…promote scholarship, research, professionalism, leadership and excellence in counseling, and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the profession of counseling.” For more information, please visit the CSI website.
Phi Delta Kappa (PDK) is a 100 year-old professional association for educators. This member-based association is a dedicated advocate for high-quality, public education around the world. PDK strives to prepare the next generation of educators through visionary leadership, research, and service. For more information about PDK, please visit the PDK website or the Office of Student Affairs.
SCA’s purpose is to foster the socially conscious leadership of SOE’s counseling students and alumni by creating opportunities for networking and mentoring across a variety of professional settings. The organization will encourage interaction among counseling students, faculty, alumni, and the counseling community through lectures, seminars, discussions, field trips, attendance at professional conferences, and other events. For more information please visit the Office of Student Affairs.