Involvement Opportunities

Want to get more involved with Saint Ben's? Read about some of the great opportunities and fill out the form provided below. 

Involvement Form



    • Student Referral

      Invite future Bennies and Johnnies to campus to experience it themselves.

    • Admission Volunteer 

      Volunteer at events like CSB/SJU Campus Visit Days, Science Exploration day, and accepted student receptions and send-off events in your area. 

    • Student E-Mentor

      CSB mentoring initiatives and events offer Saint Ben's students and alumnae opportunities to connect with each other for advice as well as social, personal, and professional networking. 

    • Alumnae to Alumnae Mentors- "Bennie Connector Program"

      The mission of the Bennie Connector Program is to foster an exchange of ideas, friendship and expertise between CSB alumnae - young and old. *Alumnae are welcomed and encouraged to serve as BOTH  a Mentor and Mentee.

    • Alumnae Board Member

      The Alumnae Board serves as the governing body of Saint Ben's Alumnae Association. Elected members of the Alumnae Board are women who foster lifelong relationships with alumnae and other constituents.

    • Career Services Volunteer
      CSB and SJU alumni are an integral part of Career Services' programming. Career Services also offers some great resources for Alumnae.

    • Young Alum Association Member

      The Young Alum Committee (YAC) is a group of Bennies and Johnnies who have been out of college for 10 years or less. The planning committee organizes several events and activities throughout the year across the Twin Cities area. 

  • Journey Group Facilitation

    If you are interested in mentoring CSB students and have a desire to listen with the ear of your heart as you guide young college women on their faith journey please contact our office.  To become involved contact: Sister Mary Reuter, Interim Director.

  • Chapter Events

    Chapter involvement helps bring alumnae together to share experiences, promote connections, and encourage Saint Ben's visibility in area communities.