The purpose of the HDFS Club is to promote educational and professional development among students and faculty through participation in professional conferences, field trips, guest speakers, and volunteer and community involvement. We also aim to promote social contacts among members in order to develop a support system.
“Why should I join HDFS Club?”
• Become more involved on campus and in the community!
• Meet other students in the major
• Participate in fun and rewarding service projects
• Attend professional conferences
• Learn more about:
o Field experience opportunities
o Graduate school
o Career options
"How do I join?"
Blackboard is NDSU's Student Organization Portal
1. Search for us on Blackboard by typing “Human Development” under the Organizations tab
2. Hover over NDSU-CSO-0135 and click the grey arrow
3. Click Enroll
4. You are now an enrolled member!
• Two meetings per month
• Discuss club business
• Get to know members with fun activities
• Enjoy guest speakers
• Be involved in skill-building projects
Check us out on Facebook!
Group name: NDSU HDFS Club
Faculty Advisor: Joel Hektner
Co-President: Trisa Hutchinson
Co-President: Jordyn Hetland
Secretary: Hali Haugen
Treasurer: Shelby Baker
Public Relations: Rane Nelson
Volunteer Coordinator: Erica Martin
Student Social Work Organization (SSWO)
The mission of the organization is to encourage professional development and social experience for social work majors and those considering the major, so membership is open to any student on campus. To carry out that mission, students promote unity and fellowship among the university, the community, and the social work students through service learning activities in the community. The SSWO-Fargo will also encourage students to expand their educational experiences through guest speakers, panels, conferences, and other activities. The SSWO-Fargo will also promote the visibility of the MSU/NDSU dual degree Social Work/HDFS program through activities on campus and in the community. The SSWO-Fargo also develops leadership skills through the officers of the organization, as well as those who chair and serve on committees.
For further information contact:
Elementary Education Club
The Elementary Education Club is for future educators to meet in an exciting atmosphere to collaborate together and make connections!
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NDSU EL ED Club
- More information about the club, meetings, & job opportunities can be found there!
For further information contact:
- Co-Presidents: Emily Pillar and Jenaya Wentz
- Secretary/Treasurer: Shelby Wilhelm
- Co-Public Relations/CSO Officers: Andrea Jirele and Kylie Primus
- Faculty Advisor: Joan Klein
Couple and Family Therapy (CFT) Club
The Couple and Family Therapy (CFT) Club seeks to connect students who share an interest in learning more about the CFT Field. The CFT Club meets monthly (the third Tuesday of each month at 5pm except for March in which we'll meet the 4th Tuesday). Meetings range in topic from information about graduate school to discussion about career opportunities to bringing in guest speakers to talk about their work in Couple and Family Therapy. We also attend a conference each year!
How to Join: Please email club president, Katelyn Coburn, at firstname.lastname@example.org saying you would like to join the club, and she will send you a club membership invite through MyNDSU. You can also email Katelyn if you are just interested in learning more about the club but are not ready to join.
Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CFTCLUBNDSU/
Faculty Advisor- Christi McGeorge- email@example.com
President-Katelyn Coburn- firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President- Robert Lester- email@example.com
Treasurer: Mariah Hiltner- firstname.lastname@example.org