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Thank you for considering a gift to Johns Hopkins SAIS in support of our global educational institution that encompasses three campuses in Washington, DC, Europe, and Nanjing, China.
Alumni and friends have a tremendous impact on strengthening the mission of Johns Hopkins SAIS to educate tomorrow's leaders – individuals who are well positioned to excel in the international relations arena who will confront unprecedented challenges and exciting opportunities to serve. The school prepares innovative thinkers and problem-solvers with the economic, cultural and global expertise to operate across national boundaries and in complex international settings. We invite you to share our vision and support tomorrow's global leaders.
Make a gift or pledge payment to Johns Hopkins SAIS by credit card online.
If you would prefer to make a contribution by phone, please call 202.663.5630.
Send a check made payable to "SAIS" to:
Office of Development and Alumni Relations
Johns Hopkins University SAIS
1740 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
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If you are interested in making a gift of securities, please visit the Johns Hopkins Giving website at giving.jhu.edu/securities. You will be given complete instructions to ensure the efficient processing of your thoughtful contribution. If you have questions about making a gift of a securities, please contact Linda McGill in the Office of Gift Planning at 410.516.7954 or toll-free at 800.548.1268 or by email at email@example.com.
There are many ways to support SAIS in addition to outright gifts. Planned gifts allow Johns Hopkins SAIS to prepare for the future, and may result in significant tax benefits or even a new source of income for you and your spouse. For additional information, please visit the Johns Hopkins Office of Gift Planning website at giving.jhu.edu/giftplanning.
Make an online donation in Euro or US Dollars directly to SAIS Europe by credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discovery). From this site, you can select several Europe campus specific gift designations.
Tax deductible donations to SAIS Europe can be made from the following countries: Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland, Switzerland, The U.K., The U.S. If your country is not on the list or for more information on how to give to SAIS Europe, please contact us via email.
There are many additional ways you can donate to SAIS Europe:
To reach us by phone dial +390512917821
Thank you for your continued support of the Hopkins-Nanjing Center. Every gift you give makes a difference!
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Explore planned giving options. Planned gifts allow the Hopkins-Nanjing Center to prepare for the future, and may result in significant tax benefits or even a new source of income for you and your spouse.
For more information, please contact Emily Spencer.
Alumni are actively engaged in their communities around the world. There are many ways for you to get involved today.
Our three campuses stay connected with each other through Johns Hopkins SAIS-specific clubs and the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association.
For more information on how to get engaged with the alumni community, please contact:
Alumni continue to be one of our key assets for professional development and recruiting. You know the curriculum, you recognize the quality of students and faculty here at Johns Hopkins SAIS, and you understand how this background fits into your own chosen profession. We welcome the opportunity to work with you individually to support you and your employer’s efforts to find high-quality candidates for both internships and employment after graduation. We also appreciate the opportunity to meet any human resources or graduate recruiting staff members in your organization to set up a more formal recruiting relationship. Below is a list of services we provide:
Talk about your career with a group of other professionals to give an overview of the field or to provide a deeper understanding of the diverse work within a particular organization.
If you have an opportunity you would like to advertise to students, you can send the job posting with the description and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will quickly post the announcement and it will automatically be e-mailed to students who have indicated special interest in your employer or field.
We can also collect résumé online from candidates who meet your needs and send them to you as a PDF résumé book.
Come to the school's campus in person or virtually via video conferencing to tell students about where you work, explain the professional growth opportunities available through internships and job, as well as provide information on the application process.
Come to our Fall or Spring Career Fair to meet students and talk about your employer and collect résumé from interested students and alumni.
You can also register on SAISWorks and electronically manage all of the above items. Please contact Janet Burrowes, email@example.com or gohttps://sais-jhu-csm.symplicity.com/employers/?signin_tab=2 to register.
The Johns Hopkins SAIS experience is incomparable, made even more rewarding by the remarkable students we attract from around the globe. No one knows better than you what it takes to be successful at Johns Hopkins SAIS, and that is why we are asking each of you to spread the word by referring at least one exceptional person to the school. For a description of our degree offerings, click here.
PHOTO: In this 1950s photo, Dean Philip Thayer (seated center, wearing a white shirt and head gear -- traditional Burmese "gaung baung") poses with other SAIS students, faculty and staff. In 1954 Dean Thayer established the short-lived Rangoon-Hopkins Center for Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Rangoon, Burma.
SAIS Alumni Relations launched a new program this year that captures the history of the school, alumni accomplishments and shared traditions by means of individual interviews, beginning with classes from 1945. In the past year, interviews were conducted with alumni in the Washington, D.C., metro area, and there are plans to reach out to graduates all over the world in years to come.
Early SAIS graduates have great stories to tell. They remember a time when a professor might ask a class to opine on his draft of the North Atlantic Treaty. Arabic classes started at 5 a.m. And the CIA, a fledgling government agency, was hiring its first employees. Several interviewees have shared memories of how they learned about SAIS as a brand-new graduate school and how they got accepted—including one alumnus who received a recommendation from ambassador to the United Nations, Illinois governor and presidential contender Adlai Stevenson. Alumni have recalled details of favorite classes and professors, landing jobs, meeting spouses and their other experiences as members of the post-World War II generation.
Members of the SAIS community are encouraged to participate and to access the interviews.
Click here to view a portion of one of our interviews with SAIS alumnus Ambassador George Lambrakis ’53.
Jordi Izzard of the SAIS Office of Development and Alumni Relations is leading the program. To be interviewed, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.587.3210.
Legacy Circle Luncheon
The annual Legacy Circle Luncheon is a gathering that acknowledges our Legacy Circle, those alumni and friends who have named SAIS in their estate plans. Next year, this event takes place in April 2016 (date TBD).
At each Legacy Circle Luncheon, we recognize those SAIS alumni celebrating their 50th year anniversary – next year for the Class of 1966.
A self-selected group from the Class of 1966 who attend the luncheon will be interviewed as part of our SAIS Oral History Program.
When we talk about “Legacy” we tend to think big—like the legacies of Paul Nitze, Christian Herter and John Kenny. The vision and dedication of these founders lives on in this institution that has come to be recognized as one of the world’s premier graduate schools in International Relations. However, the standing and stature of SAIS is a result of more than the culmination of their efforts; it’s the cumulative and continuing legacy of our graduates and faculty. It’s the legacy of your careers—in the limelight and behind the scenes—that have shaped the policies of nations; advised presidents and other world leaders; crafted historic treaties; promoted diplomacy and resolved conflict; strengthened economic institutions; established programs that lift communities out of poverty; and, trained generations of future world leaders.
Our shared legacy reaches to every corner of the earth; from embassies to villages; from board rooms to classrooms; on the campaign trail and at the trailhead. In May 2015, our 71th class will graduate from SAIS. These recent alumni are incredibly eager and determined to continue the traditions that have long been established by our alumni, and to draw upon their training and skills to address some of the world’s most pressing challenges. And, they will do incredible work around the world, in our days to come, particularly through the support those of you who comprise the instrumental group that make up the Legacy Circle.
Please think about joining us at our next Legacy Circle Luncheon.