Don Chase Alumni Relations Internship Endowment
A lifetime of service.
In recognition for his lifetime of service to Northland College and all alumni, the Don Chase Alumni Relations Internship is being endowed to ensure this student experience is funded annually to support communications and outreach with Northland alumni.
Our goal is to raise $60,000 in donations and pledges by June 30, 2020. We have reached sixty-five percent of our goal from alumni leadership on the alumni board and board of trustees. An anonymous donor created a $10,000 match to inspire others to raise the final $20,000 needed to endow the Don Chase Alumni Relations Internship. Give now and double your money!
The Alumni Relations Internship was created in 2013 to support communications with alumni by Craig Mullenbrock ’77 when he was a member of the alumni board. Under the leadership of Nancy Franz ’81 the effort to endow the internship and the naming in honor of Don Chase ’62 began in 2019. Endowing this student experience ensures annual funding, enhances communication with alumni and guarantees budgetary commitments from the institution for alumni relations.
The Don Chase Alumni Relations Endowed Internship provides a paraprofessional experience to students interested in community engagement, marketing, communications, and development.