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Ways to Get Involved

The Hun School Alumni Association offers meaningful ways for alumni to stay connected with each other and the school, and encourages its members to support and celebrate The Hun School experience. 

Well said

"The knowledge and skills I gained at Hun have been invaluable, and the alumni network is tight and robust. I feel like I am part of something special, and I am proud to help provide others the same opportunities by giving back to Hun - a community that truly looks out for one another."

Alexander friedman '04

Volunteer Opportunities

Whether you're interested in serving on the Alumni Board or want to rally your classmates in a reunion year, you'll find plenty of opportunities to show you're a #Raider4Life.

Ways to Get Involved

If you're interested in any of the opportunities listed below, email us at alumni@hunschool.org.

Become a Class Agent

Class Agents work to promote alumni engagement and philanthropic support among classmates.

Become a Class Ambassador

Class Ambassadors work to cultivate relationships, renew old friendships, keep alumni engaged, and share news.

Become a Reunion Class Ambassador

Reunions Class Ambassadors promote reunion participation and reunion giving.

Host an Event

Alumni are always welcome to host regional events in their home, hometown, city, or favorite establishment. Baseball game, anyone?

Connect with Alumni on LinkedIn

The Hun School Alumni Association LinkedIn group will help you network and search for job opportunities. Connect with us on Instagram to relive your Raider days through pictures.

Alumni Board

Alumni association board

The Hun School Alumni Association Board is a diverse group of alumni and two student representatives. The Board’s purpose is to foster a sense of community between the alumni and current campus population. If you're interested in joining, email us at alumni@hunschool.org.

Executive Board

Leigh Ann Peterson ’86, president
Rob Kuchar ’01, vice-president
Jonathan Begg ‘05
Sarah Dileo Craig ‘07
Dana Hughes Moorhead ‘95
Brian Logue ’75
Jennifer Pontani Stone ’93
Tyler Veth '11

Alumni Board

Jackson Cole ‘20
Gabrielle Graff ’98
Stephen Polin ’65
Jennifer Phillips Raics ’89
Patrick Quirk '02
Krista Ross '88
Nora Saunders Dunnan '06
Nicholas Scozzari '77
Suzanne Simon ’85
Irv Urken ’68
Leon Xie ‘20

Committees

Hun Fund

The Hun Fund is the school’s first philanthropic priority, and everyone is asked to support it. Alumni volunteers serve as Class Agents and contact classmates on behalf of the Hun Fund. They serve a critical function in both supporting the school and connecting alumni with the philanthropic needs and priorities of the school.

Nominating, Assignment, and Recognition

The NAR committee serves as a conduit for members of the Alumni Board and Class Ambassadors. Alumni Recognition awards and the Athletic Hall of Fame nominees are recommend and reviewed through this committee. The NAR committee is also responsible for proposing nominations of new Alumni Board members.

Reunions and Events

The Reunions and Events committee creates a bridge between all alumni. This committee is responsible for Alumni Weekend, which is held each spring and allows alumni opportunities to reunite, network, and reconnect. Reunion giving offers alumni a way to celebrate their milestone reunions with a special gift to the school.

Young Alumni Association

The Young Alumni Association includes alumni who graduated within 15 years. The goal of the committee is to keep young alumni connected with the school and to provide opportunities to network, and educate them on the importance of giving and staying connected. This committee also includes current members of the senior class.

Young Alumni Association

Whether you graduated this past year or fifteen years ago, the Alumni Association is here to help you reconnect with fellow Hun Raiders, meet new friends, and explore interesting opportunities. Social events and career networking are just some of the exciting ways young alumni can benefit.

The Young Alumni Association (YAA) was created as a bridge between The Hun School and its youngest alumni, those who have graduated from The Hun School within the past fifteen years. The focus of the YAA is to create opportunities and programs geared specifically toward this age group. As a result of growing class sizes in recent years, young alumni make up 40 percent of the Alumni Association.

young alumni giving

Alumni support is essential for The Hun School to maintain its tradition of excellence. Young Alumni participation is especially important, because it establishes the foundation upon which the School can rely for future support.

Participation is what matters. Even the modest gifts add up and help the School in a meaningful way. We are extremely grateful for all types of support and the vote of confidence that you give to the School by choosing to give. You can make your gift online and see if your company offers matching gifts, which could double its impact!

young alumni red and black society

The Young Alumni Red and Black Society invites you to join an elite group of young alumni in supporting The Hun School with unrestricted gifts to the Hun Fund. We appreciate gifts at every level, and hope that this initiative will help encourage you to make meaningful gifts to the School.

young alumni red and black society  
within 5 years of graduation $250
within 10 years of graduation $500
within 15 years of graduation $1000
What to know about the young alumni red and black society:
  • Members receive special invitations to exclusive events each year along with recognition in the annual Honor Roll of Donors. Events include the Red and Black event and the Headmaster’s Holiday Reception.
  • Monthly credit card gifts make Young Alumni Red and Black Society gift levels more affordable.
  • If you work for a matching gift company, your employer's match will count toward part (sometimes half!) of your Young Alumni Red and Black Society gift.
  • Entry starts at $100, building up to $1,000 by the time you reach your 15th Reunion.

 

Giving

Ways to Give

Make a Gift Online

Matching Gifts

Many employers match the charitable gifts of their employees, doubling the impact of a gift. Click here to see if your company matches gift. You can select monthly recurring gifts as your Gift Type on our Secure Giving Form, if automatic monthly payments are easier to manage.

 

To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please enter your employer's name below:

If your company is eligible, request a matching gift form from your employer, and send it completed and signed with your gift. We will do the rest. The impact of your gift to The Hun School of Princeton may be doubled or possibly tripled! Some companies match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses.

Young Alumni Giving

Give a gift every year. Make a difference every day.

Young alumni participation is especially important, because it establishes the foundation upon which the school can rely for future support. Gifts of any size help the school in a meaningful way, and the school is grateful for the vote of confidence you give when you choose to support us.

Young Alumni Red and Black Society

The Young Alumni Red and Black Society invites you to join an elite group of young alumni in supporting The Hun School with unrestricted gifts to The Hun Fund.

Things to know about the Young Alumni Red and Black Society:

  • Members receive special invitations to events such as the Red and Black Dinner and the Headmaster’s Holiday Reception.
  • Monthly credit card gifts make Young Alumni Red and Black Society gift levels more affordable
  • If you work for a matching gift company, your employer’s match will count toward part of your gift.
young alumni red & Black society  
1 - 4 years since graduation $100
5 - 7 years since graduation $250
8 - 10 years since graduation $500
11 - 14 years since graduation $750
14 - 15 years since graduation $1000

 

Planned Giving