Greetings from the Alumni Council
Alumni council president Kristel Bulthuis '06 highlights the many ways for alumni to be involved and stay connected to Redeemer.
2 min. read
February 8, 2017

We have had an exciting few months with our alumni, and I want to start by saying thank you. We have had alumni give of their time to support events like RAMP (Redeemer Alumni Mentoring Program) over the past number of months. Students from the education, English, French, media and communication studies and math departments all had the opportunity to sit down and have conversations with our alumni about life after Redeemer. We are grateful for these alumni who shared their time and wisdom with Redeemer students.

“We have alumni spread far and wide who are sharing their stories of Redeemer, and we are grateful.”

There are many ways for our alumni to be involved and stay connected to Redeemer. We would love for you to share your stories and be part of the Alumni Gallery. It is an opportunity for current students, family members and the Redeemer community to see how we live out our calling in God’s world with a foundation of a liberal arts degree from Redeemer. For more information about how to participate, please email

Alumni Gallery.

We are also excited to celebrate our Distinguished Alumni Award again this year. Nominations are now open, and we encourage you to nominate someone who has made a significant contribution in their field and active in their community. For more information, and to nominate someone, please visit the DAA Award page.

We would love to hear from you as well. If there are joys, concerns, or questions you have, please do not hesitate to reach out to us via email at

We continue to ask for your prayers for Redeemer as it works through a transition period.

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