Caitlin "Cait" Shields '11 April 8, 2019 11:51 AM updated: April 16, 2019 6:55 PM
To mark 140 years of serving the Aggie Network, in 2019 The Association of Former Students is highlighting #140Impacts we've made.
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No. 2: The Association perpetuates the tradition of Muster by annually sending out more than 250,000 postcards inviting Aggies to their local Aggie Muster. Here
No. 7: Every year, The Association hosts dozens of student events free or at reduced cost in the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center. These can range from camp sendoffs to award ceremonies to formal banquets.
No. 9: There are 85 current students serving as Aggie Network Student Ambassadors! These members of The Association's student group help with A&M events and help Aggies learn about the work of The Association.
No. 53: The Association has been finding Aggies jobs since the 1900s. The Jobs Bank was launched by the Alumni Bureau in the early 1900s to find former students jobs. It eventually became A&M's Career Center.
No. 65: The Association hosts the online directory of current and former students, Find An Aggie. More than 76,000 Aggies have accessed it since it went online.
No. 87: Visit tx.ag/MusterChairResources to see all the resources The Association makes available to more than 300 Musters worldwide.
No. 93: The Association has supported the annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast held at Texas A&M.
No. 123: The Association has connected current and former students to each other and Texas A&M through social media since 2009.
No. 128: Every year, the Sul Ross Group Reunion brings back hundreds of Aggies from the Class years that have been out of A&M for 55 years or more. Association staff work year-round to help plan and host this special weekend.
The Association has served the Aggie Network for 140 years only through the generous support of Aggies. Help us serve for another 140. Add your gift at tx.ag/give.