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Connect with Other ANA Alumni

Connect with Other Alumni from our Military School
Have you joined Army and Navy Academy Connect yet? It's a new Alumni website that will allow you to make new connections, both personally and professionally. All you need to do is sign up and create a profile.
Here are the top four reasons to join:
  1. Professional Networking – post or search for jobs and give or get advice on the job market from fellow Alumni who share the values instilled at a military school.
  2. Location Services – this site allows you to search for Alumni by year of graduation, location, and career field. 
  3. Secure Forum – we’ve put safeguards in place to ensure that only ANA Alumni are allowed to join the site. This is a secure place for you to share your thoughts and views and to engage in discussion with other Alumni. 
  4. Personalized News – you can opt into a weekly newsletter that’s created based on your connections, interests, in more, keeping you informed of the news that’s most relevant to you.
Any questions?

Mentorship and Ambassador Programs

The Academy is launching three new programs to create Alumni connections and strengthen the Army-Navy Community. 

Thanks in advance for "paying it forward" by telling others your story, supporting a current Cadet as he applies to college, or showing him the ropes at your workplace.

College Mentor
Cadets at the Academy are working to determine their future paths, figuring out who they are and where they're headed. Often, the college experience is an important part of this development.
As a college mentor, you'll speak with and meet Cadets who are interested in your alma mater, giving them advice and helping them forge their path ahead. 
Career Mentor
The Career Mentor will help current Cadets and Academy Alumni learn about your industry or place of work. Our goal is to create a professional network, connecting Alumni to career opportunities and helping Cadets determine their areas of interest. 
If your company allows it, Cadets could shadow you on the job for a day or even have summer internships there.
Academy Ambassador

Will you tell others your story?
Academy Ambassadors will spread the word about the Academy experience to prospective families and contacts. Ambassadors will have the opportunity to connect with prospects and use their own personal networks to motivate others to explore Army Navy.
We all know that the Academy can be a turning point in the lives of young men, giving them the motivation and skill sets to succeed. Help others become well-educated young men of good character.

Questions? Please contact the Office of Alumni Affairs by email or at 760.547.5277.

Alumni News
Alumni Weekend 2015 Recap
Army and Navy Academy Class of 1965 | Alumni Weekend
Each Spring, ANA Alumni gather together back on campus for Alumni Weekend. It's one of our most special traditions and a great time for everyone to reconnect, reminisce, and show their Warrior Pride!
A huge thank you goes out to all Alumni who joined us for the weekend's festivities. We hope to see all of you and the rest of your classmates for next year's Alumni Weekend - May 13-15, 2016. Warrior Pride!
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Get to Know the Candidates for your ANA Alumni Association Board

Army and Navy Academy Alumni Association | Brotherhood and Tradition at a Military Boarding School

Elections for your new Alumni Association Board will be held this Saturday, May 2, during Alumni Weekend. Please join us in Davis Hall at 10:30 am to participate and to hear other Alumni news and announcements. 

To prepare for the meeting, please take a look over the candidates running for a position on the Board.

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Jesus Lopez Zavala Shares Stoll's Guard Memory

Jesus Lopez Zavala - Graduate of Army and Navy Academy Military Boarding School

Jesus Lopez Zavala shares the memory of his solo performance from the individual drill competition from 1984. He won first place in the competition, and served as a judge in the following years. 

Watch the video of his performance below!

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