The Peabody alumni map was launched in the fall of 2015 and can be accessed by all Conservatory alumni, faculty, staff, and students. The Society of Peabody Alumni (SPA) created the map so that alumni could more easily connect with each other and help students as they move into the alumni world. Click here for their names of the SPA’s Executive Committee members and cities in which you can find them.
This map is password protected so that only those in the Johns Hopkins community can access it. Your alumni credentials for JHConnect will get you in. If you don’t have them (or have forgotten what they are) you can click here to set them up: https://connect.jhu.edu/alumnilogin
The map was compiled with information publically available on the web. Currently there are over 1,400 flags on the map, but it is clearly far from complete. Please send additions, corrections, or deletions to email@example.com. It is more useful, and more fun, the more flags there are!
If you have any questions or concerns, or words of support for the effort, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 677-208-6558.
You may have received an email/postcard/phone call from a company asking for your personal information. The company said they were working on a directory for The Peabody Institute of John Hopkins University. Is this a legitimate project, or is it a scam?
We have partnered with PCI (also known as Publishing Concepts) to produce our new alumni directory. PCI is a company located in Dallas, TX that publishes directories for educational institutions, fraternities, sororities and military organizations across the nation. This project allows The Peabody Institute to receive important updates to our database so we know more about our alumni and how we can better serve you and future alumni.
Learn more about the alumni directory project!
The Newsletter of the Society of Peabody Alumni!
The mission of the Peabody Chapter of the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association is to build and support a lifelong relationship between the Peabody Conservatory of Music and its former students. Through this relationship, the Association strengthens the school’s ability to attract outstanding students and faculty, increases alumni participation and investment in the school, and promotes its mission and achievements around the world.
The Society works to fulfill its mission through activities that create community, support student life, reward excellence, and encourage lifelong learning.