We love hearing from our alumni and want to hear what you've been up to since leaving Landmark. Has your address changed? Are you getting married? Earning a new degree?We want to hear it all!
Nearly nine of every ten students who graduate from our competitive curriculum go on to pursue bachelor’s degrees at colleges nationwide.
Our alumni are creating their tomorrows.
There’s a world of opportunity for creative people, and graduates from Landmark College are making an impact all over the world. You can read their stories here, to become inspired to create your tomorrow!
One of Landmark Colleges longest and most powerful traditions is hearing our graduates speak as they cross our stage.
Over the years, we have heard of an overwhelming number of alumni finding their “partner for life” because of Landmark College. But Doug and Kristin Killin could officially be our first Landmark College Alumni Couple.
Doug and Kristin met when the doors first opened at Landmark College in 1985. At their graduation, both received the President’s Award, recognizing them as students who had best exemplified the College’s guiding principles. Together they left Landmark in June 1987 and attended Seattle Pacific University. Kristin earned a BA in History from Seattle Pacific but Doug returned to Landmark as a Resident Dean and earned a degree at Keene State College. Doug later earned a Master’s in Education at the University of San Francisco. They married October 30, 1993. Today, they live happily in San Jose, California, with their three children.
Andrea B. Tolliver earned her Associate of Arts from Landmark College in 2000. She then went on to receive her Bachelor of Arts in art education from Manhattanville College, and her Master of Professional Studies with a concentration in special education from Manhattan College of New York in May of 2012. In the fall of 2012, Andrea began in her role as an assistant middle school teacher at the Windward School in White Plains, New York, an independent, co-ed day school focused exclusively on helping students in grades 1-9 with language-based learning disabilities.
“I firmly believe that service comes before self, and I look forward to strengthening the communities in which I serve,” Meghan Benzel says. Meghan's work as an AmeriCorps volunteer has taken her into neighborhoods devastated by Hurricane Katrina, and more recently, Superstorm Sandy. She has worked with at-risk youth impacted and influenced by gang violence in northern California.
Even during her time at Landmark College, Meghan served as a resident assistant.
And she recently returned to campus as a member of the SerVermont VISTA Volunteer for Windham County. Since starting her VISTA work here at Landmark College, Meghan has organized many valuable events and programs. Her work is based on The Putney Student Corps consists of students from Landmark College, The Greenwood School, The Grammar School, Putney Central School, and The Putney School. The work that she has done has restored connections with Landmark College and the Putney community.
Stephanie V. Strauss, who attended Landmark College from Fall 2006 to Spring 2007, graduated in May 2011 from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities (with a primary concentration in Art History and a secondary concentration in Intercultural Conflict). She graduated with the distinction of summa cum laude. UC-Boulder awards Latin honors (of which summa cum laude is the highest) based on GPA, academic standing, and senior honors thesis.
Stephanie's thesis was "To Paint in the Age of Technological Reproducibility: Presentation in Gerhard Richter's Blurred Paintings."
Since the opening of the Office of International Education in the summer of 2012, Landmark’s Study Abroad options have been growing by leaps and bounds. While holding onto our very popular programs (such as Chile and Ireland, both of which have been running for years), we are adding new and exciting programs. Alumni are welcome to join in the fun and adventure.