ski-tripguys-dollsRose-Hulman alumni cherish the college's "family atmosphere"-a feeling gained from the first day they stepped on campus. Like any relationship, it takes work to keep family dynamics intact throughout the years.
  The Young Alumni Council (YAC) strives to provide a valuable support group for graduates from the past decade. This council helps alumni get acquainted in new areas of the country, provides professional and personal networking opportunities, and offers a variety of social events.
  "The council allows alumni to connect with people sharing a similar background-a love of

broomballRose-Hulman-at the same time in their lives," says Heidi Davidson (CHE, 2003), young alumni representative to the Board of Trustees. "People can participate as they can, when they can."
  There is a YAC group or event close to every alumnus, according to YAC President Adam Jarboe (ME, 2005/ MSEM, 2007).
  Sporting events, entertainment shows and professional presentations are popular events. A National Day of Service gives alumni an opportunity for fellowship while giving back to their communities. Council leaders provide assistance to local alumni who volunteer to organize an event.   

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