1918 Fellowship Society
The 1918 Fellowship
The 1918 Fellowship was created as a way to give special recognition to those alumni and friends of the School for Social Work who demonstrate leadership in annual giving.
The outstanding reputation of the Smith College School for Social Work continues to be built upon the professional competence and high standards evidenced by our alumni in their professional practice. The fellowship, named for the year in which the school was founded, was conceived to ensure that future classes of alumni will be prepared continue that reputation.
The 1918 Fellowship is a recognition society for individuals who make annual gifts of $300 and above.
1918 Fellowship Levels of Recognition
|Betty Synar Leadership Donor||$5,000 and over|
|Benefactor||$1,500 - $4,999|
|Patron||$1,000 - $1,499|
|Sponsor||$500 - $999|
|Fellow||$300 - $499|
The 1918 Fellowship Volunteer Committee generously give of their time, talents and financial resources. These special volunteers encourage alumni and friends of the School to support the school through membership in the 1918 Fellowship. We are forever grateful for their efforts.
- Yvette Colón, M.S.W. '90, Ph.D., Chair of Development and 1918 Fellowship
- Clara Genetos, M.S.S. '54
- Betsey Edwards, M.S.W. '60
- Ann Overbeck, M.S.W. '57, Ph.D. '72
- Linda Plaut, M.S.W. '88
- Anne Rose, M.S.W. '98
- Edna Roth, Ph.D. '69
- Sybil Schreiber, M.S.W. '63