One great way to stay connected and involved with your alma mater and alumni association is through a variety of volunteer opportunities.  The enthusiasm, dedication, and personal touch that only an alumnus/a volunteers can have make the difference between a good event or conversation and a great one!  We depend on our alumni volunteers to be ambassadors of their Alumni Association and the University, and to help us connect with alumni in new and creative ways.  Below are descriptions of several different ways to get involved.

Alumni Relations and Annual Fund Volunteers

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a member of the Westbrook College Alumni Association Board of Directors, a class officer/agent or an Annual Fund volunteer please contact Amy Nadzo Haile, Senior Director of Advancement Operations, at or call 207-221-4228.

Alumni Association Leadership

UNE/St. Francis College Alumni Council and the Westbrook College Alumni Board of Directors work to connect their alumni to one another and the University. Meeting three times a year, the groups learn from University leaders about the direction of UNE as well as create ways to build a stronger alumni network. If you would like to get involved in either of these groups, please contact Amy Haile at

Career Networking and Mentors

If you would like to volunteer as a resource to help students learn about your career field or sponsoring an internship for a UNE student, please contact Mary Jones, Director of Career Services, at or 207-602-2096. For more information please click here.

Alumni Ambassadors ~ Admissions Volunteers

Alumni Ambassadors provide valuable service to the Admissions Office by promoting the University of New England in their area at college fairs.  If you are interested in serving as an Alumni Ambassador for the Admissions office, please contact Pete Heeley, Senior Associate Director of Admissions, at 1-800-477-4863 or
. For further general information regarding Admissions please click here.


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