Pearson College alumni like to keep in touch with each other. You often ask the College to assist in networking and supporting interconnections across classes and years. The best tools for this are listed below.
Please email us if you have more ideas and suggestions for networking and mentoring. We are always interested in way to support this.
The Alumni Directory is the most ideal tool for networking and staying connected with the College. It is a secure database of Pearson Scholar contact information.
A high percentage of our alumni have up-to-date information available for viewing, and our graduates can use the Directory to query for such info as alumni who went to a specific school or university, alumni working in a particular industry or alumni living in a particular city or country.
Sign up and/or log in to update your information and search for your classmates.
The annual Keep in Touch (KIT) newsletter allows you to share news with your PC year, as well as with the PC years on either side of you, after leaving the College. It has a long tradition, stretching back to PC YR 2 (with PC YR 1 soon following suit!) and has moved from typewritten newsletters to desktop publishing to electronic files.
Alumni now post annual updates online. Once a year, your PC YR’s KIT contributions are published into an electronic newsletter and sent to you by your PC YR’s KIT representative, along with the electronic newsletter for the PC YR on either side of you.
- Log in to the Alumni Directory.
- Click on the KIT link.
- Click on your PC YR to see or add KIT posts.
- To add a post, click on Post a New Topic. It’s simplest if your name goes in the Topic field. You can add photos (one small one, please, to keep the system up to speed), add links to photosharing sites such as Picasa or Flickr. You can also embed videos from YouTube or Vimeo.
- You can comment on other people’s posts as well.
- A library of KIT newsletters from 2010 and 2011 are posted, too.
Get in touch with your KIT Reps:
|PC YR 1
|PC YR 2
|PC YR 3
|PC YR 4
|PC YR 5
||Todd Van Vliet
|PC YR 6
|PC YR 7
||Lance Campo and Gillian McCandlish
|PC YR 8
|PC YR 9
|PC YR 10
|PC YR 11
||Hélène St-Jean and Gena Morgan
|PC YR 12
||Pedro Guevara Mann
|PC YR 13
|PC YR 14
|PC YR 15
|PC YR 16
||Diana (Percy) Jenkins
|PC YR 17
|PC YR 18
||Katherine Greatrex and Keira Armstrong
|PC YR 19
|PC YR 20
|PC YR 21
||Toni De Mello
|PC YR 22
||Siti Masturah "Mas" B Ismail
|PC YR 23
||Sophie Walsh and Alexandre Rousseau
|PC YR 24
|PC YR 25
||Juan Pablo Vieytes
|PC YR 26
||Andrew Fanous and Kevin Selby
|PC YR 27
|PC YR 28
||Dolores 'Doda' Krgovic
|PC YR 29
||Bruce D'Souza, Eric Beaudoin and Rosie Townsend
|PC YR 30
|PC YR 31
|PC YR 32
|PC YR 33
|PC YR 34
|PC YR 35
|PC YR 36
||Emmy Chahal and Marissa Gilmour
|PC YR 37
|PC YR 38
|PC YR 39
|PC YR 40
||Keegan Payne and Stuart Leary
The College has a private LinkedIn group. This group was created to facilitate networking across the world among Pearson College UWC alumni, students, faculty and staff (current and former).
We encourage you to use our PearsonUWC Facebook page to read up on recent College news, as well as to share the successes of fellow alumni with the public community.
New-Alumni Mentorship Program (Pilot)
This is a pilot program for 2014. We will match alumni with "new-alumni" (PC 39) to welcome them to their new cities, help them adjust to life after Pearson, and strengthen our network.