The art of staying connected is becoming easier as we continue to gain access to more ways of communicating. During a time where we are being urged to socially distance ourselves physically, it reminds me of how often we have taken for granted daily meetings, congregating, and (as my boss likes to say) partying with one another.

WELL is currently seeking a way to stay better connected to our Alumni. In doing so, we have come up with The Alumni Project. This project has 3 main goals:

1. Reconnect with you-

We want to know where life has taken you since your days here at the LAB. We are interested in hearing about your successes and the lessons that life has taught you.

2. Connect you with other WELL Alumni-

Many generations of  high schoolers have graced our halls. In this season, our hope is to build a stronger Alumni Network where people share thoughts, creative ideas,  career advice etc. We can all learn from each other.

3. Connect you with current WELL Members:

Do you remember what it felt like to be a high schooler preparing for your next steps? Our students are facing similar situations that you did when you were in high school. These students have a lot to gain from your life experiences. As an Alumni there are many opportunities for you to give back. Stay connected so that you never miss out on these opportunities!

As we continue to grow and serve our students, we want to also remember the students who came before them. As our first initiative, we have developed a WELL ALUMNI Facebook Group Page. Please consider joining this group so that we can keep in touch with you and so that we can share all of the new and exciting things happening here at The WELL.

“Each contact with a human being is so rare, so precious, one should preserve it”- Anais Nin

Facebook WELL Alumni Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thewellalumni/

Facebook WELL Page: https://www.facebook.com/wadeorg/

 

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