Clubs & Student Groups

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Leadership, teamwork and communication are three skills most employers seek in candidates. One of the best ways to refine these skills is to participate in clubs and organizations on campus.  Notre Dame offers many opportunities for you to get involved -- a complete list of all clubs can be found on the Student Activities Office website. Below you will find a list of student groups which have a career-related component. While finding a career-related club can be helpful, keep in mind that you should also join other social, cultural or recreational clubs that interest you. Your experiences in a club and the lessons you learned can be perfect talking points in an interview.

Accounting Association, University of Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame Accounting Association (NDAA) exists to provide junior and senior accountancy majors, and sophomore business majors who are considering accountancy as a major, an organization which provides support, employment contacts, social gatherings/events, and a unifying bond in the form of membership. This mission, or purpose, of the NDAA is focused entirely upon the undergraduate accountancy major and seeks to uphold the University’s mission along with the teachings of the Catholic Church. Visit our website: http://www3.nd.edu/~ndaa/ For more information, please contact us at nndaa@nd.edu

ACMS Student Organization (SIAM)

The SIAM Student Chapter will primarily serve the University of ND community under the Applied & Computational Mathematics & Statistics Dept. However, membership will be open to any graduate and undergraduate student of the University of ND as well as Holy Cross Colleges, especially those in STEM fields. For more information, please contact us at acmsgso@nd.edu

Actuarial Science Club of Notre Dame

The ASC shall introduce students to the field of actuarial science and provide an environment which facilitates the transition into an actuarial career; the ASC will achieve this purpose by: A. Maintaining active relationships with actuarial employers, B. Bringing guest speakers to campus, C. Organizing study seminars and groups for students taking exams, and D. Meeting with faculty to discuss current relevant issues concerning the field. Visit our website: https://sites.google.com/a/nd.edu/actuary/ For more information, please contact us at actuary@nd.edu

American Advertising Federation Chapter (ACND)

The Purpose of the ACND is to provide and promote a better understanding of the functions of advertising and of its values, to stimulate and encourage advertising professionalism through advertising education, to educate students on the careers associated with advertising, to follow and understand the trends of the advertising industry, to develop the individual abilities of its members, to learn how to be an effective advertising professional through observation, and to ultimately possess a better understanding of the advertising industry as a whole. For more information, please contact us at ndadclub@nd.edu

American Association of Physics in Medicine Club of Notre Dame

The purpose of AAPMND shall be to advancing medicine through excellence in the science, education and professional practice of medical physics. For more information, please contact us at aapmnd@nd.edu

American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, University of Notre Dame (AIAA)

The UND chapter of AIAA exists to support the undergraduate engineering education with information and activities related to the aerospace field. * To this end, the AIAA will sponsor lectures from industry and academia on pertinent subjects, organize trips to sites of interest in aerospace, and offer activities to promote "hands-on" learning. * The purpose of this extracurricular aerospace club is to offer the kind of learning that is not available in the established curriculum, as well as to prepare the interested student for taking the next step in the aerospace industry of academia. Visit our website: http://www3.nd.edu/~aiaa/ For more information, please contact us at aiaa@nd.edu

American Institute of Architecture Students-University of Notre Dame Chapter (AIAS-ND)

The objectives and purpose of this chapter shall be: * To foster an appreciation and understanding of the ideas and objectives of the Institute and to promote and forward the same within the territory of this chapter. * To emphasize and promote professional, educational, and social aspects of student activities on campus. * To foster fellowship, cooperation, and unity between members of this Chapter, members of the local AIA Chapter and other Student Chapters. * To enlarge chapter members' understanding of the current and future scope of architectural practice. * To provide a national voice for architecture students in matters involving the profession and education in architecture. * To further the mission of the national office through grassroots leadership on the campus level per the Institute’s description."AIAS chapters are involved in organizing professional development seminars, community service projects, curriculum advisory committees, guest speaker programs, local newsletters, informal regional conferences, social functions, and numerous other programs to benefit their members." Visit our website: http://www3.nd.edu/~aiasnd/AIAS-ND/AIAS_ND.html For more information, please contact us at aiasnd@nd.edu

American Institute of Chemical Engineers Notre Dame Chapter (AIChE)

The objectives of our organization in order of importance are as follows: - To contribute to the development of Chemical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame through activities involving the Department of Chemical Engineering faculty and members of our chapter. - To assist our parent organization, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, in maintaining communication between student chapters, local sections, and all chemical engineers for the purpose of creating and promoting a higher standard for the chemical engineering profession. - To promote the pursuit of chemical engineering as an undergraduate degree. Visit our website: http://www3.nd.edu/~aiche/ For more information, please contact us at aiche@nd.edu

American Society of Civil Engineers, University of Notre Dame Student Chapter (ASCE)

The mission of the chapter shall be "To familiarize students seeking a profession in civil engineering with the numerous aspects of the field." We shall do this by bringing in various speakers and professions to speak about their experiences. We will also try to take field trips to engineering sites such as a construction site, water treatment plan, or cement plant. The club shall provide numerous services to the students to help them through their studies at the University of Notre Dame. These include organizing a series of review sessions for the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam, ordering review books, and sponsoring study break snacks during finals. Finally, the student chapter of ASCE shall participate in service opportunities around campus such as running a lab for Ms. Wizard Day. Visit our website: http://jporada.wix.com/ascend For more information, please contact us at http://asce@nd.edu

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

The purpose shall be the advancement and dissemination of the theory and practice of mechanical engineering, the presentation of proper perspective of engineering work and the opportunity to become acquainted with the personnel and activities of the Society as well as to promote professional consciousness and fellowship. It will also provide the opportunity to learn to apply what students have learned in the classroom. ASME exists to allow students to understand what is involved in designing, building, and competing a race-style vehicle. For more information, please contact us at ndasme@nd.edu

App Club

The purpose of the App Club shall be to provide resources to those-across all colleges-who are interested in learning how to develop mobile apps and connecting them to likeminded students and experienced developers wanting to help. For more information, please contact us at appclub@nd.edu

Arnold Air Society [AFROTC]

AAS affords members excellent opportunities for leadership experience. * Candidates and members find fellowship. * AAS gives members a chance to come in contact with other men and women who share similar goals. * AAS aids members in gaining knowledge and appreciation of aerospace power. * To assist the community and campus through selfless service. Visit our website: http://www3.nd.edu/~aas/ For more information, please contact us at aas@nd.edu

Asia Pacific Business Club

The purpose of APBC shall be to provide the Notre Dame community with a platform to share knowledge about business in Asia Pacific, explore career opportunities in Asia Pacific and other regions, and support long-term relationship among its members, ND alumni, and Asian business leaders. For more information, please contact us at apbc@nd.edu

Baja SAE

The purpose shall be the advancement and the dissemination of the theory and practice of mechanical engineering, the presentation of proper perspective of engineering work, and the opportunity to become acquainted with the personnel and activities of the Society as well as to promote professional consciousness and fellowship. This includes the specific goal of understanding the mechanical engineer's role in the construction of automotive vehicles as well as the industry as a whole. Members will design and build an off-road vehicle, which will then be raced in the regional SAE Baja Competition. For more information, please email us at ndbaja@nd.edu.

Beta Alpha Psi

The purpose of this club shall be to encourage and to recognize scholastic and professional excellence in the field of accounting. Further, the club is dedicated to the advancement of the Notre Dame Accounting curriculum on a collegial and professional level. For more information, please viisit our website at http://bapsi7.wix.com/bapsi or email us at bapsi@nd.edu.

Biology Club, Notre Dame

The purpose of this club shall be to encourage an interest in Biology and fellowship among the club's members. These goals will be accomplished by the following means: * meetings and discussions among student members * special biology related activities to encourage learning outside the classroom i.e. dissection night * educational and entertaining activities for student members and non-members i.e. animal documentaries or guest speakers Visit our website: http://www3.nd.edu/~bioclub/new/new.htm For more information, please contact us at bioclub@nd.edu

Biology Graduate Student Organization

The goals of Biology Graduate Student Organization is to provide a forum for expression of student opinion; to provide a mechanism for discussion and enactment of student decisions; to provide opportunities for social interactions among graduate students; to foster social, intellectual and institutional links with faculty; and to promote social, institutional and intellectual links with graduate students in other departments. Visit our website: http://www3.nd.edu/~bgso/ For more information, please contact us at bgso@nd.edu

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Graduate Student Organization

The purpose of CBEGSO shall be to encourage personal, social, and professional development through academic, departmental, industry, and member interaction. CBEGSO will work toward its goals by (but not limited to): A. fostering intradepartmental communication and collaboration with current students and alumni, B. hosting academic, professional, and social events for graduate students within the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering department, C. partnering with other university resources, such as the Graduate Student Union and Graduate Career Services, to further this organization’s interests, and D. assisting with the department-led recruitment and orientation of new (incoming) graduate students. For more information, please email us at cbegso@nd.edu.

Chemistry and Biochemistry Club

The purpose of this chapter shall be to afford an opportunity for students with an interest in the chemical sciences in the University of Notre Dame to become better acquainted, to secure the intellectual stimulus that arises from professional association, to secure experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences, to instill a professional interest in chemistry, and to be of service to the University of Notre Dame and the American Chemical Society (ACS). Visit our website: https://sites.google.com/a/nd.edu/ndsaacs/. For more information, please email us at ndsaacs@nd.edu.

Chi Epsilon

The object of Chi Epsilon shall be: (a) To contribute to the improvement of the civil engineering profession as an instrument for the betterment of society. (b) To recognize the fundamental characteristics of the successful civil engineer and to aid in the development of these characteristics. (c) To encourage wherever possible any movement which will advance the best interest of engineering education; to actively support, where necessary; and to institute procedures and practices for the improvement of civil engineering departments at the schools at which chapters of Chi Epsilon are established. Visit our website: http://www3.nd.edu/~cehs/. For more information, please email us at cehs@nd.edu.

Corporate Finance Club of Notre Dame

The primary purpose of this organization is to advocate the corporate finance industry and assist members in networking, personal branding, and the interviewing process to obtain internships and full time employment. The Club shall seek to supplement the classroom education of members and broaden their awareness of the financial world's theories, principles and practices. For more information, please email us at finclub@nd.edu.

Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) - University of Notre Dame Chapter

The purpose of DECA will be to promote leadership and career development in the areas of Marketing, Management, and Entrepreneurship.

Economics Club of Notre Dame

The purpose of this organization is outlined in the following objectives: to stimulate discussion and interest in current issues in economics; to offer members opportunities to extend classroom learning to include activities related to economics; to promote fellowship among economics students and encourage student-faculty interaction; to open opportunities for non-economics students to investigate economics as a field of study. Visit our website: https://sites.google.com/a/nd.edu/notre_dame_economics_club/ Visit our website:. For more information, please contact us at econoclb@nd.edu

Engineering Leadership Council of Notre Dame

The purpose of the ELC is: - To promote cooperation and coordination among the student chapters of professional societies, honor societies, and organizations within the College of Engineering. - To organize and promote, for the benefit of all of the students in the College of Engineering, activities which are beyond the scope of the individual societies. Visit our website: http://www.nd.edu/~jec. For more information, please contact us at elc@nd.edu

Engineers Without Borders: University of Notre Dame

The purpose of EWB-ND is to give engineering students the opportunity to pursue service related to their majors through the development, pursuit, and completion of various, sustainable engineering projects both domestically and internationally. For more information, please contact us at ewbnd@nd.edu

Environmental Engineering Society of Notre Dame 

The purpose of this organization will be to: Encourage communication among student members, faculty and administration. Increase interest in the fields of environmental science and environmental engineering amongst the Notre Dame student body. Promote interactions between professionals and students. Further career and professional development of Club members with an emphasis on the environmental engineering field. Provide education about water quality and related environmental issues. For more information, please contact us at eesnd@nd.edu

Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Chapter

The purpose of Eta Kappa Nu is to bring closer together those students at the University of Notre Dame who excel at computer and electrical engineering while showing leadership and exemplary character. For more information, please contact us at hkn@nd.edu

Federal Reserve Challenge and Fiscal Challenge Club

The purpose of the FCC is to provide an open forum where students can come and learn about the role of fiscal policy in the economy. The Fiscal Challenge provides an incredible opportunity that allows students to develop proposals and compete against other institutions around the world. For more information, please contact us at fedfisnd@nd.edu

Graduate Consulting Club of Notre Dame (NDGCC)

NDGCC abides by its mission of educating its members about the consulting industry, connecting them with consulting firms for recruiting purposes, and preparing its members for success during the networking and interview process. In accordance with its mission statement, NDGCC aims to accomplish the following objectives: 1) To collaborate with the Center for Career Development to organize events and/or seminars featuring current consultants and others familiar with the consulting industry to inform our membership of industry trends, norms, etc. 2) To leverage experienced graduate students, Notre Dame alumni at consulting firms and others familiar with the consulting recruiting process to best prepare our members to network and interview successfully. 3) To create opportunities for members to learn the consulting skills and increase the reputation of Notre Dame graduate school in the consulting industry through case competitions or other appropriate events/platforms. 4) To broaden and deepen our relationships with consulting companies in order to increase internship and full-time opportunities for those interested in management consulting. 5) To develop the leadership, teamwork and communication skills of our members through real world case engagements. For more information, please contact us at ndgcc@nd.edu

Information Technology, Analytics, and Operations Club of Notre Dame

The purpose of ITAO ND is to pool the resources of all persons interested in the field of Information Technology, Analytics, and Operations to more fully develop the academic, career, and social potential of all individuals in this dynamic field of study. For more information, please contact us at itaond@nd.edu

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Notre Dame Chapter

The purpose of IEEE is to bring closer together those students at the University of Notre Dame who excel at computer and electrical engineering while showing leadership and exemplary character. The club will organize social events throughout the year, including the end of the year Computer Science and Engineering and Electrical Engineering student/faculty picnic. Visit our website: http://www3.nd.edu/~ieee/ For more information, please contact us at ieee@nd.edu

Introduction to Engineering Program Club at Notre Dame (IEPCND)

The purpose of IEPCND shall be to foster an opportunity for students to connect with former IEP members as well as to attract new students to mentor and server as prospective new engineers. IEPCND will work toward its goals by: A. coordinating a regular series of round table meetings, B. encouraging students in getting involved in the IEP, C. promoting prospective students into the engineering field, D. creating a mentorship program between first year students and upperclassmen, E. working with faculty to find prospective program counselors. For more information, please contact us at inengpro@nd.edu

Investment Club of Notre Dame du Lac

The club was established to serve as an opportunity for all undergraduate students, interested in the field of investments to develop and/or increase their knowledge of this special area of finance through activities designed as rewarding educational experiences. For more information, please contact us at invclub@nd.edu

Linux User Group of Notre Dame (NDLUG)

The goal of the Linux Users Group of Notre Dame (NDLUG) is to promote the use and awareness of open source projects such as GNU and Linux, and to provide useful open source related resources and services to the ND community, while fostering a welcoming community environment. We wish to stimulate an interest in Linux throughout campus and to provide fellowship for all Linux/GNU enthusiasts. For more information, please contact us at ndlug@nd.edu

Machine Learning at Notre Dame

The purpose of MLND is to build and foster a machine learning community at the university of Notre Dame through the coordination of events and projects. MLND will work toward its goals by: A. Coordinating a regular series of talks and discussions. B. Inviting leading scientists and researchers from academia and industry. C. Coordinating hands-on workshops and hack-a-thons on practical and widely used tools in research and application. D. Coordinating job interview preparations sessions. E. Organizing teams to participate in competitions.

Marketing Club, University of Notre Dame Undergraduate

The purpose of the University of Notre Dame Marketing Club is to provide a medium for the interaction of all those interested in Marketing. The Club strives to go one step beyond the classroom in terms of learning what Marketing really constitutes by organizing speakers, field trips, and social interaction between students and faculty. It is a resource for connecting the students throughout their education in and out of the classroom. The mission is to provide marketing students with an opportunity to expose themselves for a career in marketing. The Club is designed to bring marketing majors together in a social setting, to create an environment to foster long-term marketing relationships. This is met through a variety of means: Speaker Series, Career and Internship Opportunities, Social Events, plus general Q&A between students. Visit our website: http://www.nd.edu/~mktgclub. For more information, please contact us at mktgclub@nd.edu

Master of Science in Accountancy Association of Notre Dame

The MSAA is the coordinating and representative organization of the Master of Science in Accountancy student body. Its purpose is to promote community among the members of the MSA program (students, faculty, staff and administration). The MSAA is also responsible for sponsoring a number of events for the MSA community. Such activities may include but are not limited to fund-raising, professional development. The MSAA will also provide input to the members of the MSA administration concerning various community and academic matters. Visit our website:: http://www3.nd.edu/~msaa/ For more information, please contact us at msaa@nd.edu

Math Club of Notre Dame

The purpose of The Math Club of Notre Dame is to bring together students and faculty with an interest in mathematics, to foster good relations between students and faculty, and to act as a resource for students who want to know more about the field of mathematics. Visit our website: http://www.nd.edu/~mathclub. For more information, please contact us at mathclub@nd.edu

National Assn. of Black Accountants

The Student Chapter of NABA of Notre Dame shall unite through membership accounting students who have similar interests and ideals, are committed to academic and future professional excellence, have a sense of professional and civic responsibility, and are concerned with enhancing opportunities for minorities in the accounting profession. For more information, please contact us at naba@nd.edu

National Organization of Minority Architecture Students of Notre Dame

To provide underrepresented students in School of Architecture any help they need to feel comfortable in their courses and to help multi-cultural background student architects to explore career options with communicating and connecting with available resources nationally and internationally. For more information, please contact us at nomas@nd.edu

National Society of Black Engineers

The objective of the National Society shall be to stimulate and develop student interest in engineering; to strive to increase the number of students studying engineering at both the undergraduate and graduate levels; and to endeavor in the advancement of the ethnic minority engineer in professional industry. Visit our website: http://www.nd.edu/~nsbe/. For more information, please contact us at nsbe@nd.edu

NDesign

The purpose of this club will be to provide Notre Dame students with the opportunity to explore Industrial and Graphic Design through internships, guest speakers, and field trips to design oriented events and establishments. For more information, please contact us at ndesign@nd.edu

Notre Dame Medical Observers

The purpose of this club is to provide shadowing opportunities for students interested in pursuing careers in medical fields. Through our relationship with the residency program at Memorial Hospital of South Bend, we match residents with students, who are then expected to shadow for four hours weekly throughout the Spring Semester. This club carries 1 credit and has a small academic component. For more information, please contact us at nhme@nd.edu

NotreDevelopers (NDevs)

The purpose of NDevs shall be to create an environment for students to learn about or pursue video game development, either as a hobby or with a professional career in mind. NDevs will work toward its goals by: assisting self-study of different aspects of game design by offering a workplace, tools, and tutorials, connecting people with similar interests and different skillsets to work on collaborative projects, sponsoring events (lectures, build sessions, et cetera) related to the field of video game design and development. For more information, please contact us at ndevs@nd.edu

Pi Tau Sigma

The objective of the Sigma Beta Chapter shall be to foster the high ideals of the engineering profession, to stimulate interest in coordinated departmental activities, to promote the mutual professional welfare of its members, and to develop in students of mechanical engineering the attributes necessary for effective leadership and the assumption of the responsibilities of a citizen in a democracy. Visit our website:: http://www3.nd.edu/~pts/ For more information, please contact us at pts@nd.edu

Pre-Dental Society, Notre Dame

The purpose of the Pre-Dental Society is to provide a chance for students potentially interested in dentistry to meet and obtain helpful information regarding dental school application, as well as to gain insight on the nature of life as a dental student or dentist. In order to achieve these goals, the club will partake in the following activities: 1) The club will meet regularly to allow members to get together with their fellow pre-dental students and exchange thoughts and ideas on the Dental School application process. 2) We will coordinate the visits of South Bend-area dentists and orthodontists who will volunteer their time to share their past experiences in applying, their thoughts on life as a dentist, and where they see the future of dentistry. 3) A dental hygiene drive will be conducted to collect and/or to receive donations for dental supplies for the needy in the area. 4) The club will be a resource for students seeking information on dental schools and the application process from the Science Preprofessional office. Meetings may also be a form for talks from Preprofessional advisors. 5) The club will conduct D.A.T. test study sessions to help students prepare for the exam. 6) The club will bring admissions officers from nearby dental schools to allow club members to become familiar with the dental admissions process. For more information, please contact us at predent@nd.edu

Pre-Law Society of Notre Dame

Recognizing the importance of adequate preparation and counsel for the undergraduate anticipating a post-graduate legal education, and sensing the need for a centralized body on campus to gather and disseminate relevant materials concerning the legal career to all interested persons, we, the undergraduates of Notre Dame, hereby establish the Prelaw Society of Notre Dame. Visit our website: http://sao.nd.edu/groups/www3.nd.edu/~prelwsoc/index.html. For more information, please contact us at prelwsoc@nd.edu

Pre-Physician Assistant Club of Notre Dame

The purpose of the Pre-PA club shall be to provide resources and educational opportunities to students interested in attending Physician Assistant School after graduation as well as promote education of health care opportunities in general. For more information, please contact us at paclub@nd.edu

Pre-Professional Society

The main purpose of the Pre-Professional Society is to provide resources to undergraduate students who plan to attend medical school. Not only will this information tell students whether they are "on track" with their academic courses and GPA, but this club will also supply students with information about what they should be doing outside of the classroom to enhance their chances at admission to medical schools. A second purpose of this club is to expose students to all aspects of the medical profession of which they may not be aware. Visit our website: http://www.nd.edu/~medinfo/.For more information, please contact us at medinfo@nd.edu

Pre-Veterinary Medical Association of UND/SMC Club

The purpose of the organization is to provide resources for those students hoping to attend veterinary school or to study in other animal related fields. The club will give insight and advice on the different schools and career options and their application processes. The club will also provide lecture series, hands-on experience, and possible volunteer opportunities in the South Bend community. Visit our website: http://www.nd.edu/~ndpv.For more information, please contact us at ndpv@nd.edu

Smart Woman Securities at Notre Dame

Smart Women Securities at ND seeks to provide undergrad women with the tools they need to become financially independent and knowledgeable about their investments. In addition to interaction with professionals working first-hand in the field, SWSND prepares our members with a business foundation inspiring confidence to participate in the financial world. By working on an investment project, our goal is to foster an environment in which members develop personal aspirations as well as collaborative skills. Regardless of academic concentration and previous financial knowledge we encourage all ND undergrad women to invest in their future. For more information, please contact us at ndsws@nd.edu

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers at Notre Dame (SHPE ND)

The purpose of this student chapter is to: 1. Increase the number of underrepresented students in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) at the University of Notre Dame. 2. Promote the advancement of underrepresented STEM students in employment and education. 3. Improve the retention of underrepresented students enrolled in STEM majors. 4. Provide a forum for the exchange of information pertinent to underrepresented STEM students enrolled at the University of Notre Dame. 5. Develop a working network with local schools to encourage pre-college, underrepresented students to enter the STEM fields. 6. Promote professional advancement for underrepresented STEM students by fostering cooperation among industry, government, academic, and professional leaders to improve educational and employment opportunities. 7. Provide counseling and financial assistance to underrepresented students in STEM. For more information, please contact us at shpe@nd.edu

Society of Women Engineers, University of Notre Dame  

The Society of Women Engineers stimulates women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expands the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrates the value of diversity. The Notre Dame chapter will strive toward this national mission by participating in and supporting activities of the national organization, including conventions and conferences. Visit our website: see http://www.nd.edu/~swe. For more information, please contact us at swe@nd.edu

SPIE (International Society for Optics and Photonics) at Notre Dame

The purpose of SPIE is to promote the discipline of Optical Science and Engineering through the organized effort of this group in study, and research; to disseminate knowledge on the field of Optical Engineering; and to help the career development of the student members. Visit our website:: http://www3.nd.edu/~spie/ For more information, please contact us at spie@nd.edu

Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) Notre Dame Student Chapter

To enable professional development opportunities for the graduate students within the Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences. For more information, please contact us at seind@nd.edu

Student International Business Council (SIBC)

Vision: Peace through commerce. Mission: To empower students through the ethical advancement of international commerce by developing leadership, entrepreneurial ability, and global interaction. Visit our website: see http://www.nd.edu/~sibc.

Students Consulting for Nonprofit Organizations Notre Dame

The mission of SCNOND is to develop the South Bend community through pro-bono consulting engagements with local nonprofit organizations through the unique experiences and gained academic knowledge of our student members. The secondary mission of SCNOND is to develop our student members for future career endeavors through consulting projects with nonprofit organizations. For more information, please contact us at scnond@nd.edu

Undergraduate Women in Business Association of Notre Dame 

The Undergraduate Women in Business Assoc. is committed to the development of women's roles as students of business and as leaders in business related fields. The Assoc. is designed to build a stronger sense of community among undergraduate women who aspire to business-related professions through events that highlight the many opportunities that are available to them. Visit our website: http://www.nd.edu/~ugwib/. For more information, please contact us at ugwib@nd.edu

Women in Microscopy Club of Notre Dame (WMCND)

The purpose of WMCND shall be to foster leadership development of female students in the area of microscopy related sciences and engineering through the coordination of regular meetings and communication activities as well as educational and awareness projects. For more information, please contact us at wmcnd@nd.edu

Update your Handshake profile

Don't forget to include all of your extra-curricular involvement on your Handshake profile.  Some employers will search for involvement in particular student groups. Be sure to spell out the name of your clubs, as well as acronyms (e.g. Society of Women Engineers and SWE).