There’s no better way to deepen your connection to UND than by sharing your talent
as a volunteer.
When we come together to lend a hand, the impact of our volunteer efforts reaches
every corner of our UND community. Join fellow alumni each year who give their time
to make a difference for students and on campus. Whether you’re searching for something
specific or looking for inspiration, explore the opportunities below to get started.
Share your knowledge and expertise with students at UND in order to help them set
goals, fix problems, and make good choices along their career path. If you're interested
in being a career mentor through UND Career Services, please contact Mary Feller.
VISIT CAREER SERVICES
When it comes to choosing majors or exploring career paths, students have access to
a variety of resources. However, nothing compares to connecting with working professionals
in their field of study. If you have a special skill set that you would like share with students in your area
of expertise, please reach out to your program's school directly.
Contact a College or School
Pancratz Mentor Program
The Pancratz Mentor Program provides the opportunity for Nistler College of Business
& Public Administration (Nistler CoBPA) alumni to provide guidance to Nistler CoBPA
students in their sophomore year or above. Mentors volunteer their time and expertise
to help students with career development goals. The program is open to Nistler CoBPA
alumni who will preferably have a minimum of three years in the workforce.
Public Health Mentor Network
The Public Health Mentor Network connects public health students to alumni/public
health professionals to help with career and professional development. We hope that
these relationships will advance real-world understanding, promote alumni engagement,
and enhance student discourse surrounding public health issues.
Join the Public Health Network
The UND Caucus is a group of like-minded alumni and friends who feel passionately
about UND and work to support legislation that is in the best interest of moving the
University in a positive direction.
Become a member of the caucus
Women’s Athletic Leadership Council (WLC)
Behind every successful woman, there are countless women who paved the way before
her. For the 150+ female student-athletes at the University of North Dakota, the story
is no different. The Women's Athletic Leadership Council empowers female alumni from
UND to mentor, engage with, encourage, empower and financially support current female
If you're a former female UND student-athlete and looking for ways to give back, this
Council is for you. Contact Jill Cholewa at 559.706.6889 or email@example.com if you'd like to join the Women's Athletic Leadership Council or give to the Women
Behind the Women Scholarship endowment.
The North Dakota Network (NoDak Net) serves as an incubator for career development
and mentorships between current UND student-athletes and UND athletics alumni. This
mobile app enhances the department's career exploration and readiness efforts to give
every student-athlete an opportunity to experience life-changing mentorship.
UND student-athlete alumni are encouraged to download the NoDak Net app from the Google Store or the App Store. Once you download the app, create a profile, and get started by creating transformational
career enhancement content.
Hawk Football Network
The Hawk Football Network provides a platform for former UND football players, coaches,
and friends to engage and effectively communicate with one another through in-person
and an online community of support and opportunities.
Hawk Football Network Core Objectives:
- Networking: Educate and connect current players with opportunities post-playing careers
in their field of interest and or city of choice. In addition, provide a platform
for current alumni to network with one another.
- Engagement: Provide opportunities for alumni and friends to communicate, connect,
and engage with one another through various events.
- Fundraising: Support Coach Schweigert, the players, and the UND Alumni Association
& Foundation with their efforts to financially build the best-in-class facilities
and championship program.
If you'd like to join the Hawk Football Network, contact Tom DeSautel at 612.386.4570