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Our hardworking trustees allow us to effectively achieve our goals. Each semester, Trustees are chosen based on an application process which seeks to understand one's interest in the mission of the 1634 Society.


Our Trustees come from all grades across all of Georgetown's schools. Trustees often display a strong interest in Georgetown's traditions as well as a desire to foster a culture of philanthropy on campus. Throughout the semester, Trustees may be tasked with projects relating to alumni relations, philanthropy, marketing, or community-building. 


Trustee Spotlight: Former 1634 Society President, Max (C' 23)

"1634 provides a unique opportunity to directly engage with a broad spanning of the Georgetown community, all the way from the newly incoming students all the way to the more senior alumni. Moreover, the premier One for Georgetown annual campaign is one of the few in the nation to engage undergraduate students so early on in the tradition of philanthropy that invigorates and enhances the University.

I would encourage any student who is looking for an organization that both values their dedication and who themselves values the Society’s three core pillars to join the 1634 Society."

Trustee Spotlight: Moha (C' 26)

"1634 was truly one of the highlights of my first year at Georgetown. The emphasis on community, philanthropy, and coming together as one Georgetown student body is truly unlike anything I have been a part of. Furthermore, connecting with alumni has been such a valuable experience, both in terms of philanthropy and having a strong Hoya network to last past graduation."


Trustee Spotlight: Joe (C' 25)

"Stewardship means giving thanks and showing our alumni how we appreciate the experiences and opportunities they make possible for us on the Hilltop. I feel especially passionate about stewardship because practicing gratitude as a trustee has solidified my identity as a Hoya, and the mission of the 1634 Society has introduced me to various Georgetown traditions and networking chances."

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