ABOUT THE UMSL NON-PROFIT ALUMNI NETWORK
The UMSL Non-Profit Alumni Management and Leadership Alumni Network
is open to all UMSL graduates working in the nonprofit industry, as well
as, those interested in exploring a new career in the sector. In
addition to networking events, the group plans panel discussions on topics relevant within the nonprofit industry, and provides career information sessions for current UMSL students. The Network also co-sponsors the annual Public Policy Speakers Series.
The UMSL Non Profit Alumni Network was relaunched in 2016 by a group of alumni professionals from local nonprofit organizations. Their common goals were to form a professional development network for alumni and to encourage UMSL students to prepare for and seek out careers in nonprofit and service fields.
In addition to their efforts to connect fellow alumni, the network also works diligently to raise funds to support the John McClusky Scholarship at UMSL. The scholarship award is presented to a continuing or graduating student who seeks a career in the nonprofit sector. .
JOIN THE NETWORK
Your thoughts count. The UMSL Non Profit Alumni Network represents
approximately 800 non profit and management leadership graduates. The
Network is eager to engage fellow graduates in a variety of ways that
help alumni connect with each other and with UMSL’s NPML program. To help
the network plan effective programming, please take 5 minutes to
complete the Non Profit Alumni Interest Survey. And, if you're
interested in volunteering your time and leadership to the Network,
there is an opportunity in the survey to indicate your desired level of
Take our survey.
April 19, 2017
PUBLIC POLICY SPEAKERS SERIES
University of Missouri-S. Louis - 402 J.C. Penney Building
Join us on April 19 for the fourth installment of the UMSL Public Policy Speakers Series. The April session will feature Nicole Hudson, Executive Director of Forward Through Ferguson and Paul Evensen, Founder of the Social Innovation District. The series provides an open forum where area civic leaders can discuss their ideas for restoring and maintaining vitality in the St. Louis region. The series is proudly co-sponsored by UMSL's Non Profit Alumni Network, the UMSL Public Policy Administration Program, and the UMSL Public Policy Reserch Center.
This event is free and open to the public.
Click HERE to reserve your seat.
Jim Schallom '08
Director of Resource Development
Company Website: www.SherwoodForestSTL.org
Rachel D'Souza-Siebert '08
Founder & Principal
SUPPORT CURRENT NPML STUDENTS
UMSL's scholarship donors are among our
most generous and committed supporters. Your personal philanthropy
provides much-need assistance to our students. As alumni of UMSL's Non
Profit Management and Leadership (NPML) program, we welcome your gifts
to ensure another generation of promising non-profit professionals
serve and have critical impact in the communities they work.
Give now to support the John McClusky Scholarship in the Non Profit Management Leadersip program at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.