Payal Loungani - ALB '05
Are you interested in running for a position this spring on the Harvard Extension Alumni Association (HEAA) Board of Directors?
The Harvard Extension Alumni Association has more than 18,000 members in more than 100 countries, making it a global community that lets graduates and certificate holders stay connected and engaged indefinitely. Its mission is to foster personal and professional connections among alumni and establish a lifelong relationship between the school and its graduates.
More than 16,000+ alumni in the United States and over 2,500+ international alumni
|Affiliation||Harvard Extension Alumni Association||Harvard Alumni Association|
|Degree Program Graduate||Alumni Member||Alumni Member|
|Graduate Certificate Holder||Associate Member||Not Eligible|
Alumni Membership (Degree Program Graduate)
When you graduate from a degree program at the Harvard Extension School, you automatically become an Alumni Member of the HEAA. You also become a member of the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA), extending your benefits to the greater university community.
Alumni Members can:
Attend social and networking events
Access Harvard Clubs, career services, Harvard recreation facilities, and more. Learn more on the resources page
Vote for and/or hold office on the board of directors
Join a committee to plan events
Join regional alumni chapters
Mentor Harvard Extension School students locally or remotely
Your membership to the HEAA and HAA is free for life and no membership dues are required. Four to six weeks after graduation, you can create your profile on the Harvard University Alumni Directory and stay in touch with your Harvard community.
Associate Membership (Graduate Certificate Earners)
When you earn a graduate certificate at the Harvard Extension School, you automatically become an Associate Member of the HEAA with no dues required. You are not eligible for membership in the Harvard Alumni Association.
Associate Members can:
Attend HEAA social and networking events
For questions about eligibility, contact the Office of Advancement at firstname.lastname@example.org
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