Alumni engage with the Nourish movement to support Nourish in engaging students and empowering communities to make a lasting impact on extreme poverty.

695

Nourish Alumni Mentors at the 2013 Summer Institute

Alumni- you can involved in the following ways:

1) Mentor at the Summer Institute. We had 16 Alumni come back for the 2013 Institute. Alumni mentors are a huge part of making the Institute as awesome as it is – we want you at Summer Institute 2014!

Alumni – Register for Summer Institute!

 

Pay for Your Registration

2) Can’t make it to Summer Institute? Consider becoming a sponsor of this year’s Institute!

  • $300 – Prize money for the Venture Competition
  • $200 – One scholarship for student registration
  • $100 – The cost of housing for one student
  • $75 – The cost of all meals for one student
  • $25 – The cost of Chapter Manuals for one small group
  • $15 – The cost of workshop supplies for one student

Sponsor the Summer Institute

3) Mentor a Chapter! Check out our Student page to gain access to Chapter Contact Information. If you live in a city where we have a chapter, attend a chapter meeting or set up a coffee date with their Chapter Leader to pass on your wisdom. If you want to mentor on a specific topic, email chapters_at_nourish.org to join our database.

4) Stay in touch with the Network. Email info_at_nourish.org when you move or change jobs! We want to know what you’re up to… and not in a creepy way, we promise. National Office staff travels a lot, and we’d love to meet up with you! To do that, we need to know where you are.

5) Want to be featured on our site? We feature alumni frequently. Email info_at_nourish.org if you’re interested. A short bio, answer a few questions and a picture. Bam, you’re famous. 

 

Alumni Feature

Allie Gates, Ventures Director and Project Team Member, UCLA 2010

Allie’s favorite part about Nourish: “The freedom to experiment and think outside the box!  Nourish does not impose a one-size-fits-all approach to individual chapters, and it allows students to really develop ventures that cater to the particular environment on campus and in their city.   In the same vein, the projects we execute are truly collaborations between chapters and partner organizations, which allows for growth on both ends.” Learn more about her experience with Nourish here.