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Volunteer Spotlight

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Norwich students graduate as leaders in their fields, with a service-living mindset that they carry throughout their post-graduate lives and careers.

Want to hear more about how we are teaching Norwich students to serve their communities? Learn more about the service-learning programs offered by the Norwich University Center for Civic Engagement (CCE).

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Norwich. Here are the basic commitments for each of the volunteer groups we have within our departments.

Click to:  Volunteer with Alumni | Volunteer with both Students and Alumni | Opportunities with AcademicsOpportunities with Library/Museum | Opportunities with Athletics | Other Opportunities

Volunteer with Students

  • Undergraduate Admissions Ambassadors

        • attend college fairs
        • visit local high schools (in your region)
        • contact prospective students

  • Alumni Admissions Ambassadors - Online

        • meet with / talk to prospective students to answer questions
        • share stories about your Norwich experience
        • Support and attend Norwich events in your area
        • help prospects determine whether Norwich is the right fit
        • Learn more about Alumni Admissions Ambassadors - Online

  • Internship CityLab Champions

    CityLab Champions enable students to live and work in another city for a semester while they complete their full-time coursework online. In DC and Denver, Norwich has established partnerships and organized student life requirements for teams of Norwich interns.

    As an Internship CityLab Champion, you would assist in the support of interns in your area and do some/all of the following:
        • Favored internship access: provide internships where you work or leads for internships

        • Help coordinate logistics with advice to students for housing and transportations options
        • Interact regularly during the experience: mentoring, social interaction, networking events
        • Learn more about being an Internship CityLab Champion 

  • NU Parent & Family Association

        • Assist with on-campus events:
               - Arrival Days (for both Corps and Civilian students)
               - Open Houses
               - Parent & Family Weekend
        • Assist with events in your communities:
               - Student Sendoffs
               - New Graduate Events
               - Networking Socials
        • Learn more about the Parent & Family Association


Volunteer with Fellow Alumni

  • Norwich Clubs - Around the Country

        • Assist with planning of events in your community
        • Attend quarterly Clubs conference call
        • Learn more about Norwich Clubs

  • NU Alumni Association

        • 3 meetings a year, on campus
    (meetings are held in May/ June, September/ October and January/ February)
        • Committee involvement, to include monthly conference calls
        • Support and attend Norwich events in your area
    • Stay engaged, Lead from the Front and Build the Future of Norwich
        • Enthusiastically promote Norwich within your community, and become an ambassador of the University
        • Learn more about the NU Alumni Association

  • Class Reunions and Class Giving

        • Become a Class Agent
        • Help plan reunions
        • Learn more about Class Reunions and Class Giving

  • NU Regimental Drill Team Association (NURDTA)

    The NU Regimental Drill Team Association advocates and supports this program at Norwich University. We:
        • raise funds and
        • encourage alumni, friends, and families to support the Drill Team.
        • Learn more about the Regimental Drill Team Association

  • Partridge Society

    The mission of the Partridge Society is to:
        • encourage alumni, parents, and friends of Norwich to help the University achieve its financial goals and
        • formally recognize those who do so
        • Learn more about the Partridge Society

Volunteer with Norwich Academics

  • Board of Fellows

    As a volunteer arm of Academic Affairs, you will work closely with
        • the Office of the Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs
        • the Dean of the Faculty
        • and other College Deans, faculty, and students
    with a goal to improve
        • the overall student academic experience
        • and brand recognition of Norwich in the national marketplace
        • Learn more about the Board of Fellows

  • English & Communications Department

    Alumni can
        • support the arts at Norwich (e.g. Pegasus Players)
        • help out NU's affinity groups (e.g. Regimental Band)
        • Learn more about the NU English & Communications Departments

  • School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

    Numerous opportunities are offered by the SJSS, including
        • supporting the CSI experience
        • working with the Criminal Justice Students Association

        • Learn more about the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice


Opportunities at Kreitzberg Library / Sullivan Museum / Special Collections

  • Archives & Special Collections

    You will assist in the Cursive to Keyword project:
        • help digitize the Norwich University history collection
        • transform handwritten documents into keyword searchable text
        • goal: making Norwich history accessible to current and future generations
        • Learn more about Archives & Special Collections

  • Friends of Kreitzberg Library

        • support for the Kreitzberg Library
        • enrich and enhance the intellectual and cultural climate at Norwich
        • document and preserve Norwich history and traditions
        • Learn more about the Friends of Kreitzberg Library

  • Sullivan Museum Associates

        • support the Sullivan Museum and History Center through membership and gifts
        • serve on advisory committees including exhibits and collections, members, education and outreach, and volunteer programs

        • For more information about the Museum Associates please call 802-485-2183 or email


Volunteer with Norwich Athletics

  • Maroon & Gold Athletic Association (MGAA)

        Blue Line Club (Hockey)
        Touchdown Club (Football)
        Scrum Alums (Rugby)
        Maroon Mat Club (Wrestling)
        Golden Goal Club (Soccer)
        • Assist with alumni, family, and fan gatherings
        • Engage with former teammates to keep them connected with today’s team
        • Raise funds to provide today’s student-athletes the “margin of excellence”
        • Learn more about the Maroon & Gold Athletic Association

Other Opportunities

  • Cemetery Association

    Support the Norwich University Cemetery. Forward the association's goals in promoting the cemetery as:
        • a final resting place in a quiet, peaceful setting
        • on a hillside several 100 ft. above the Dog River Valley floor
        • with a scenic overlook of the Norwich campus

        • Learn more about the NU Cemetery Association

  • NU Military Writers' Symposium Associates

    Members seek to enhance the symposium through
        • recommendations of authors
        • fostering and encouraging an appreciation of the program by students, faculty and the public
        • and growing opportunities to attract new interest in military writing
        • Learn more about the NU Military Writers' Symposium Associates

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Contact the Alumni Office by email or call 802 485-2100
if you're interested in any of the volunteer opportunities listed above.