Marin Academy alumni are a part of something special. Spread throughout the United States and scattered around the globe, this is a group of 3,000 people who distinguish themselves daily. As individuals, MA alumni are kind, thoughtful, intelligent, and proud of their time at Marin Academy. Collectively, MA graduates are changing the world.
The strong sense of community created within the walls of the MA campus doesn’t stop at graduation. The Office of Alumni Relations is committed to strengthening and growing those connections through events and engagement in the advancement of Marin Academy. I am honored to be the Director of Alumni Relations for such a notable group.
I invite you to experience MA today by joining or leading a class, participating in the Conference on Democracy or LitFest, by providing mentorship to our younger alums or learning more about what a 21st-century education looks like.
Join the MA Circle
We want The MA Circle to be an alumni-only opportunity to share what you're up to with your fellow alums. The MA alumni community is incredible and is doing some great things in the world, and we want to know about it!
Curious about how to use The MA Circle? Follow this helpful guide:
Events: Stay informed about alumni events happening in your region, or create and host an event yourself on the platform.
Networking and Mentorship: Access a directory of global alumni: search for people by grad year, region, university, industry, or company. Find trusted mentors through the platform, or offer to become a mentor yourself.
Job Board: View and apply for jobs posted by other alumni, or post jobs yourself.
Groups: Connect with fellow alumni in areas of shared interest. Use this space for sharing personal updates and events that your fellow alums should know about. Have an upcoming concert, book talk, art show, or performance? Share it with the MA community! Interested in starting an alumni IDEQ group? Begin the conversation here!
"I can proudly say that our time here was nowhere near perfect, and nowhere near any high school musical or 'Glee.' It was far too interesting, and we were far too compelling for any of the sort."