Dickinsonians are doers. They're taking on 21st-century challenges like climate change, poverty and disease. They’re working on the front lines of agricultural innovation. They're leading innovative global companies. They’re helping to bridge the military-civilian divide at home and working to improve international relations abroad.
But their commitment to shaping the future doesn’t end with their professional work. Dickinsonians also make an impact on the future through their connections to their alma mater. As volunteers, advocates, and donors, they play a vital role in Dickinson’s mission to educate future citizen-leaders for lives of purpose through the useful liberal arts and sciences.
Why? Because supporting Dickinson makes a difference, and that’s what Dickinsonians do.