Welcome to a special summer episode about Goddard’s upcoming Alumni Weekend with Kailina Mills! We talk about summer blueberries in Maine, fall New England weather, and most importantly the Goddard Alumni Weekend which is taking place virtually and on campus in Plainfield, Vermont from October 8-11, 2021.
Kailina takes us through the four keynote workshops being put on by Goddard Alumni including:
- John Ollom, Internal Landscapes: Moving into Authentic Expressions (check out his Goddard in the World podcast interview where he describes his methodology: https://goddardalumni.com/alumni-spotlight-john-ollom/)
- Christina Gerard, CPTSD: Awareness, Rights, and Visibility
- Hillary Hawk, Random Harvest Market, Café, and Community Space: Creating a Worker-Owned, Anti-racist Business and Relational Food Economy in the Hudson Valley since 2019
- Rod Rylander, Creating Sustainable Communities: Homestead on a Budget
We also talk about other fun ways to participate in-person including Pecha Kucha presentations, Writers Salon, Cabaret, business tabling, bonfire hangs (with margaritas!), and nature walks.
The Alumni Association meeting will be open to anyone, whether or not you’re registered. Please make sure your email is updated with the college so you receive the link: https://www.goddard.edu/alumni/stay-connected/update/
This year the virtual option will include the four keynote workshops. The in-person option will include all of the above.
To register and for more information, please visit: http://www.Goddard.edu/alumniweekend
We hope to see you there!
For more information on Goddard in the World or to become a guest please visit: https://goddardalumni.com/podcast/