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Homecoming 2019

Landmark College Homecoming 2019 watercolor image of the hill from lower campus to upper campus

Please join us at the 2019 Landmark College Alumni Homecoming. There will be opportunities to reconnect, reminisce, and network.

We welcome all alumni, and this year we are celebrating classes ending in 4 and 9 – from the Class of 1989 to 2014.

Come back and see your Landmark College family!

Register Today

All events are included with registration.

Times and locations are subject to change. Please register in the Alumni Tent on the Quad upon arrival to campus to pick up a schedule for Homecoming Weekend.

Don’t forget to accept the 2019 Alumni Homecoming Giving Challenge!
Give online @ landmark.edu/give.

Schedule

Homecoming Softball Game 
5 – 6:30 p.m., Quad 


Calling all alumni #LCSharks to join us in playing and/or cheering at a co-ed softball game. Alumni vs. Students!    

Alumni Registration
8:45 – 11:30 a.m., Alumni Tent on the Quad

Get information and your alumni gift here! Refreshments available.  Open all day and a great place to meet up with your classmates.  Reunion Meetup

Finn's Fun Run
9 a.m., Click Famly Sport Center

Join Coach Jim Baucom and the LC team on this 2.3-mile run/walk. Appropriate for all ages and skill levels. You may register on-site if you did not register in advance. Spectators welcome!

Alumni Continuing Education: LinkedIn 101
10  –  11 a.m., Cafe Court, Strauch Family Student Center

Andrew Garcia `11, Talent Acquisition Sourcing Lead at New Balance
Alumnus Andrew Garcia shares tips and tricks, he has learned as a corporate recruiter of the last 7 years, as well as a “How to Guide to get noticed on LinkedIn”.  Reunion Meetup

LCIRT Open House
10 a.m. – 12 noon, Nicole Goodner MacFarlance Center, Room 103

Come learn about cutting-edge educational technologies that support neurodivergent students. These include a virtual reality demonstration (Oculus Rift/HTC Vive), attention-enhancing video game, 3D printed products, working memory instruments, and more! You’ll also learn about how our current research is enhancing the Landmark College student experience.

Hasbro Internship Opportunities
11 a.m. – 12 noon, East Academic Building, Brooks O'Brien Auditorium

Bob Brown, Vice President of Creative Development Studios at Hasbro, Inc.
Jan Coplan, Director of Career Connections

Bob Brown, parent of alumna Rachel Brown `16, will provide an overview of the Hasbro internship program and the amazing opportunities it offers to Landmark College students across the company. Hasbro, located in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, has a well-established college internship program that allows Landmark students to earn college credit. Career Connections will also offer a brief overview of the internship-for-credit process at Landmark and the supports available to our students to apply to internships.

Homecoming Festival: Campus Connections & BBQ Lunch
12 noon  – 2 p.m., Quad

Welcome back, Alumni Sharks! There will be a lot of festivities on the quad for you and your families, including rides, local treats, a peek into campus activities, and more! Reunion Meetup

  • Art Walk
    Self-guided walking tour of Landmark College lawn art, galleries, and sculptures.  Pick up a walking map and descriptions at the alumni registration tent.

Alumni Tailgate & Homecoming Soccer Game
2 – 4 p.m., Alumni Tent at Charles Drake Field

LET’S GO SHARKS! – Cheer on this year’s team while mingling with classmates. Just for alumni on Charles Drake Field. Refreshments provided. Reunion Meetup

  • Athletics Hall of Fame Inductee Ceremony - Charles Drake Field
    Kari Post, Director of Athletics, Fitness and Recreation
    Join us in honoring the 2019 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees during the soccer game halftime. Awardees: Aaron Wolf `02 – Baseball; Samantha Yesalonia `08 – Soccer/Softball; and Deb Jones `96 – Basketball/Softball

Study Abroad Opportunities 
2 – 3 p.m., Administration Building, Auditorium

Jessica Lindoerfer, Director of Experiential Education
Learn how alumni can get involved in Landmark College’s J-Term and summer study abroad opportunities in the Caribbean Islands, London, Netherlands, Germany, New Zealand, and Alaska.

Cider and Canvas
2:30 – 3:30 p.m., Cafe Court, Strauch Family Student Center

Nicole Pacenka, Assistant Director of Housing Operations & Resident Dean
Relax and paint a fun, fall-themed canvas while sipping local cider.  Includes all painting supplies, instruction, and cider! Prior registration required. Sign up by 11am.

Alumni & Student Networking Brunch
10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Alumni Hall, Dining Area

Join us for brunch and enjoy the opportunity to meet with your Alumni Advisory Board and old friends, plus make new ones and share your experiences with students. Bring your business cards for the lottery! Reunion Meetup

  • Networking Energizer: Developing Systems, Personal Accountability and Sending the Right Signals
    Brian Littlehale `87, Founder, Coach, Workshop Facilitator at Vitruvian Leadership
    Embracing his learning difference as a challenge and a true blessing, Brian craved fulfillment and success, not only for himself but also for his peers. Brian has been a trusted corporate trainer, mentor and leadership coach for over 20 years. With a passion to inspire and motivate people, he began a successful career focusing on associate training and development in the manufacturing and logistics industries. Through his years in executive coaching, Brian discovered he has a strong desire to unlock the hidden potential in others.
  • Alumni Service Award Recognition - Alumni Hall, Dining Area
    Join us as we honor this year’s recipient of the Alumni Service Award. The Alumni Service Award is given to alumni who advance the mission of the College through dedicated volunteer efforts in support of its programs, thereby ensuring the College’s impact on our community and globe, but most of all future generations of students.
    Awardee: Brett Himsworth `90, Landmark College Trustee

Where to Stay

TripAdvisor maintains the following lists, which may be helpful to you in planning your trip. (These links do not constitute an endorsement of TripAdvisor.)

These sites may also be useful:

  • Discover Putney (resources for visitors to Putney, Vermont)
  • Brattleboro Chamber of Commerce (resources for visitors to Brattleboro, Vermont)

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