Alumni Leadership Conference

Alumni Leadership Conference 2012 brought together more than 150 alumni volunteers, giving them the tools they need to do their work for Middlebury and a chance to reconnect with friends and with the College. We've collected photos from the weekend, video of inspiring talks by President Ron Liebowitz and current students, and other resources for volunteers. Check out the slideshow below to get a taste of the weekend's activities.


Share Your Photos

We invite you to share photos from the weekend on Facebook at MiddAlum or by tagging them "MiddAlum" on your own page.

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Reunion: Return to Middlebury

Check out the photos, friends, and fun from Reunion 2012 and get classmates excited about Reunion 2013, scheduled for June 6–9.

Resources for Alumni

Get Involved

Here are some ways to stay involved:

  • Class Agents spearhead the Annual Fund drive, encouraging their classmates to support Middlebury.
  • Chapter Volunteers organize regional alumni events.
  • Alumni Admissions Interviewers meet with and talk to applicants in their areas.
  • MiddNet Career Advisers provide perspective and advice.
  • Class Correspondents collect social and professional updates for Middlebury Magazine.

Click here to sign up or learn more.


Members of the Class of 2008 get a jump start on their fifth reunion, slated for
June 5–9, 2013

View and Download Photos

Our photographer, Todd Balfour, visited Alumni Leadership Conference and captured the weekend's energy, enthusiasm, and engagement.

You may download any or all of his images of the weekend, including those from the slideshow above, free of charge. Click here to view the photo gallery

Simply browse the images at the link below, select a photo, choose a size, and then click "Save Photo." It may take a few minutes to load all the photos. Of course, if you prefer, you may also order prints of these images for a small fee.

Weekend Journal

Here you’ll find links to videos and information that provide background on the College and examples you can use in talking to fellow alumni.


Redefining the Liberal Arts College for the 21st Century

President Liebowitz shared updates on Middlebury today and insights into how the College can remain relevant. Click here to watch a video. We also suggest that you read the president's recent letter to the faculty that sets the context for discussions among faculty and administrators about how Middlebury should address the changes that are reshaping American higher education. Learn about the curriculum, pedagogy, governance, cost, and defining a liberal arts education for these dynamic times.

Education in Action

To engage the world in all its complexity, today's students need opportunities to apply what they are learning outside the classroom through internships, self-directed projects, undergraduate research, and service. Meet four remarkable students who put their educations to work in very different ways. Click here to watch the video.

Creating Community

The Middlebury College Alumni Association (MCAA) represents the interests of all alumni. Meet your representatives and learn more about MCAA and its work on your behalf here.


Tools for Volunteers

Explore online resources available to class agents, Reunion volunteers, admissions interviewers, and Cane Society representatives.


Solar Decathlon 2013

The first liberal arts college to compete in the US Department of Energy Solar Decathlon competition is at it again! Middlebury students qualified to compete in the 2013 competition and hope to beat the 2011 team's fourth-place finish. Decathletes were on hand to talk to alumni at ALC.