University of St. Thomas alumni volunteers give their time and talent generously. Alumni volunteers impact the campus community through their work in classrooms, as advisors to committees, as mentors to students and as ambassadors for the university.
• bring an honest desire to help others in the service tradition of St. Thomas.
• possess enthusiasm.
• have an interest in the future of St. Thomas.
• are supportive of the St. Thomas community (foremost – its students).
• remain a reliable and dependable volunteer, and continues to reflect the mission, vision and values of St. Thomas.
The Alumni Association formally recognizes the contribution of alumni volunteers with the Society of the Arches program.
Check out the ways to show how you valued your St. Thomas experience and to connect with future Tommies in your area.
The Student-Alumni Mentoring Program offers students an opportunity to meet with an alumnus/a on an ongoing basis throughout the year. The program requires the pairs to meet eight times a year, with a minimum of four meetings being face-to-face contacts. Click here
for more information.
This program matches an alumnus or alumna with a student in their major/career field area for a one-time meeting, usually over lunch, during the spring semester.
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