“LANE TECH TODAY” MAGAZINE
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The Lane Tech Today magazine keeps you up to date on both alumni activities and what’s going on at the school now. If there was an award for high school alumni newsletters, The Lane Tech Today would surely be in the running.
SUPPORT THE LTAA
Support the organization that supports fellow alumni.
Your membership dues are a key element in supporting LTAA which receives no funding from the school or any other Lane Tech organization. We rely on membership dues and donations to in order to maintain our staff of one (part-time) and a small office where you can visit an browse our Lane Tech archival materials. Even if you aren’t active in alumni events, your dues have an impact on every single LTAA event or program and help Lane alumni all over the world stay connected.
GIVE BACK TO THE SCHOOL
Your membership dues are the foundation for many LTAA programs.
Membership dues are the foundation for giving back to Lane Tech and its students. The Faculty Innovation Grant Program which will reach a quarter of a million cumulative dollars this fall, and the Scholarship Program for seniors, which has reached over $160k in awards annually are programs that would not exist without your commitment.
“My experience at Lane was transformative, but that of my two sons was even more meaningful. The exceptional faculty in both special education and standard academic departments helped my children cultivate their unique strengths and emphasize that Lane is the School of Champions for ALL students. I can’t think of a better way to give back than to offer my services through the Alumni Association.”
“Realizing that the educational excellence and personal development that I received during my four years at Lane set the stage for and laid the ground work for my future success, I felt a need to stay connected to assist in the preservation of this great institution.”
“There is only one Lane Tech. My time as a student made me who I am today, not only because of my education but the life-long friendships I was fortunate enough to establish. I consider working for the LTAA an honor and a unique privilege. It never surprises me how often I run into alumni and the connection is immediate. There is a kinship among graduates that is simply special. My goal is to foster those connections in order to give back to Lane Tech and its students.”