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Virtual Events for Alumnae

In a "Year Like No Other," we continue on with our Mercy spirit and have designed new events and opportunities for you, your families, and our Mercy community. Below is a sampling of virtual events, talks, and online gatherings that brings us together in so many different ways.

We'd also love to hear from you! Please share your ideas and suggestions with us. And for more information, contact Carol Fraher at 650-762-1192.

*To register for events, please sign up through Mercy Connect. Please note that if you have not already signed up for Mercy Connect, you will need to register to the Alumnae Portal first, by linking to your Facebook or Linkedin Account or creating an email and password.  The registration to Mercy Connect is a one-time registration.  After completing the registration, go to events to register for the event of your choice. 

Click HERE to register.

Making A Difference Scholarship Benefit
April 29, 2021 at 7PM
Click here for the Livestream. (Join us early at 6:55PM!)

Join us as we "Make A Difference" for Mercy students! 

As we face a global pandemic and economic uncertainty, our tuition assistance program is more important than ever. Families are facing challenges and hardships that could not be predicted. The needs are greater than ever. Ensuring these students can stay at Mercy and providing support to our incoming families is our highest priority.  Making A Difference furthers our mission of educating young women of all economic backgrounds. 

This year we will celebrate and honor with the Catherine McAuley award four former Sisters of Mercy Principals: Sr. Marguerite Buchanan, Sr. Janet Rozzano, Sr. Amy Bayley, and Sr. Rosann Fraher. These amazing Sisters span five decades of Mercy leadership from 1969 to 2003! 

To  learn more, purchase tickets, or sponsor the event, click here.


How to Prepare for Climate Change?
May 26, 2021 - Noon to 1PM


Why did a music major and a surgeon get trained by Vice President Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project later in life to press for urgent action on climate?

Come hear David Pogue (NYT best-selling author and CBS Sunday Morning correspondent) and Mercy sophomore parent Andrea Metkus, M.D. as they share their personal stories on why they've become climate activists.

Joining them are Mercy science teachers Jennifer Lambdin and Dr. Pat Bradley.

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