Welcome to ND Women Connect
If you're a Notre Dame alumna, then this site is for you!
Notre Dame's female grads have a bond of shared, unique experiences. As one of our alums said in a recent article on NDWC, "ND women define success not just by how many rungs they can climb up the corporate ladder, but also by how they realize their own potential and love their friends and family well."
Let's support and inspire each other to live the most fulfilling lives possible. Our mission statement is simple, yet compelling:
ND Women Connect provides Notre Dame alumnae the opportunity to:
- Connect - by encouraging personal and professional relationships;
- Nurture - by fostering personal, spiritual, and professional growth; and
- Give back - by helping us make valuable contributions to Notre Dame, our communities, and to causes that inspire us.
The ND Women Connect initiative is administered by a rotating national committee of alumnae each of whom typically also chairs her local NDWC chapter. NDWC is supported by the Notre Dame Alumni Association.
There are multiple ways to strengthen our connections with each other.
Via Facebook: The ND Women Connect National Chapter page gives all of our alumnae the opportunity to regularly exchange updates, ideas and recommendations.
Via LinkedIn: The goal of our new LinkedIn group – ND Women Connect National – is to provide a forum for sharing information and advice regarding job openings, mentoring options, and professional development opportunities.
Via Local Chapters: Alumnae also have the opportunity to connect in-person with each other. It’s easy to start a local group. And each chapter is encouraged to focus on activities that specifically appeal to its local constituency. These can include professional networking events, spiritual retreats, happy hours, book readings, community service, etc.
By Reading our Quarterly Newsletter: If you haven’t already, register with Notre Dame’s myND database and receive the quarterly NDWC newsletter via email.
With our Students: We’re also forging new bonds with female ND students by developing mentoring and social programs.
We invite you to click around this site and decide how you'd like to become involved.