In Pursuit of Excellence
Dartmouth College Recognizes with Deep Appreciation the Extraordinary Achievements of the
Class of 1998
2017 Class of the Year Honorable Mention – 25 Years Out and Younger
The Class of 1998’s long-standing tradition of service to others continually drives impressive engagement. The Class has set ambitious targets that focus its work on a core set of goals: enhancing the 98th Day of Service, building an intra-class service program, and supporting Summer Enrichment at Dartmouth (SEAD).
The class’s third-annual 98th Day of Service was a huge success this year, doubling the number of participants compared to 2016. Always focused on supporting each other, the class recently developed a new program designed to connect officers with classmates in need. Classmates continue to contribute dues at high levels, and a significant portion of these donations have gone to support SEAD, a program that empowers high school students from under-resourced backgrounds.
Class officers have supported this mission through superlative communications to their classmates. Thanks to a best-in-class newsletter, a robust class website, and monthly email updates from the president, classmates remain well-connected to the class’s many initiatives and opportunities for engagement. Always striving to improve its outreach, the class uses email reporting and metrics to continually develop its digital messaging.
For these accomplishments, the Dartmouth Class Officers Association Executive Board is pleased to give an honorable mention to the Class of 1998.