In November 2015, the Class of 2005 will return to The Citadel to celebrate a 10th Reunion.  To mark this momentous occasion the class has set a goal of $100,000 for The Citadel which includes support of an important project.  The project goal is to provide the jump start for the Medal of Honor Recipient Speaker Series which will provide the opportunity for cadets to learn leadership principles from living American heroes. The Medal of Honor Series is part of The Krause Center for Leadership & Ethics curriculum, which serves the entire Corps of Cadets.  The Citadel is thankful for the generous commitment of the Class of 2005!

 
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The Krause Center seeks to achieve excellence in the development and education of principled leaders through coordination and integration of leader development programs across The Citadel campus. Its mission is to coordinate, promote, and enhance the development of curricular and co-curricular programs in leadership and ethics that support The Citadel’s vision to lead in the development of principled leaders. A 4-year leadership development model that aims to develop leadership through doing.
http://www.citadel.edu/root/krausecenter

Your Gifts at Work

Beginning in 2008, Citadel classes celebrating special designated reunions have been invited to take part in an elevated class fundraising effort known as the “Citadel Class Reunion Campaign.”  

The need for significant reunion fundraising efforts, similar to those found at other schools with passionate alumni bases, had been recognized as The Citadel Foundation investigated best practices and models in higher education.

 

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