Volunteer

Connect with your fellow Katies and make a positive impact on the community by volunteering!


new in 2019

Volunteer Program Launching This Fall

We are excited to announce a new Katie Volunteer Program, designed to offer one time, short term, and ongoing volunteer opportunities to our incredible alumni from all three colleges!

We've heard your feedback, and this program is designed to offer:

  • more career-focused volunteer opportunities
  • greater flexibility
  • opportunities to connect with students and faculty
  • the chance to volunteer where there is a true need

Volunteer opportunities will be posted here as they become available. Please contact alumnae@stkate.edu with any questions, or if you'd like to volunteer.


Join the Katie2Katie (K2K) team!

Katie to Katie. One Katie at a time. Members of the K2K team will connect with other Katies to share the importance of giving and ask classmates to make a gift to support the life transforming student experience at St. Kate's.

This team of volunteers is made of up alumni from all generations and is supported by the Katie Fund team.


Alumnae Council

The Alumnae Council includes nearly 200 alumnae working on 15 council committees. Through the years, the Alumnae Council has worked toward these objectives:

  • Carry out the mission, vision and goals of St. Catherine University and the Alumnae/i Relations department through the work of the council committees.
  • Bring to life the spirit of the University in ways that increase alumni engagement

TRW: Composing a Life Interviews

All first-year Katies take a class called The Reflective Woman, in which each student interviews an alumna about her life. We need 150+ alumnae to participate in these interviews each semester.


Friendship Families

Become a Friendship Family to a new international student!

Would you like to support and mentor a future international Katie? The Friendship Family Program is a mutually beneficial program helping to develop relationships that often foster an appreciation of how others live and look at the world, along with helping participants learn more about their own cultures. There is no financial obligation, and both families and individuals are encouraged to participate. The Multicultural and International Programs and Services (MIPS) Office administers the Friendship Family Program and staff are available as a resource for any questions participants may have.

We are always looking for new Friendship Families! If you are interested in becoming a Friendship Family, please complete an interest questionnaire.

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