The Journey She Needs
The Loreto Toorak journey doesn’t end at Year 12, with our alumnae remaining life-long valued members of our community. There are many opportunities to stay connected through Social Justice initiatives, class reunions, national and international Reunions, networking events, sporting opportunities, the Past Pupils’ Association and through the broader Loreto Toorak Community.
Our alumnae membership of over 8,000 is expanding and we aim is to grow awareness and involvement in the future with various initiatives including a soon-to-be launched Mentoring Program.
Our Plus10 program for our most recent school leavers (last 10 years), is especially tailored for the needs of our newest alumnae. The program offers a series of gatherings, some online and some face-to-face and include topics relevant to this cohort. This program also enables the group to engage with voices from our alumnae family and wider Loreto network.
Our Loreto Toorak Alumnae International (LTAI) aims to keep our alumnae connected across the globe with Chapters already established throughout Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, London and New York. Further Chapters will be established as our network grows ensuring our alumnae can re-connect with other Loreto Toorak alumnae as they live and travel in many parts of the world.
We encourage our alumnae to stay connected with us through our social media. ‘Like’ us on Facebook, ‘Follow’ us on Instagram and ‘Connect’ with us on LinkedIn to keep up to date with all the latest news from our Loreto community.
Please let us know if you have had a recent change of contact details so we can update our database and inform you of forthcoming initiatives and Alumnae stories on both our Social Media platforms and Mandevillian.
Update Your Details
Please let us know if you have had a recent change of address, email, etc so that we can update our School Records. As well, we enjoy sharing many individual Alumnae stories, so if you would like to send us your career/life story for the ‘Where Are They Now‟ section in the Mandevillian, we would be most grateful.