Get Involved

Your experience as a Park Scholar doesn't end with graduation! Participate in the Park Alumni Society in the following ways:

Stay Connected / Join Us Online

Step One: Update your SPIFFY information!

This is the single most important thing you can do. By keeping your information up-to-date in SPIFFY, you can stay up-to-date with our quarterly newsletter and important announcements, find other Park alums in your area, and even view job postings in your region and professional area.

Forgotten your login information? Contact us.

Step Two: Like us on Facebook

Like our Park Alumni Society page on Facebook! Learn about upcoming events and announcements, connect with other alums, and see pictures and posts from our activities.

Step Three: Join our group on LinkedIn

Send a request to join the NC State Park Alumni LinkedIn Group. Once approved, you'll be connected with Park Scholars and friends across the globe!

Join our LinkedIn Group

Attend Events / Join Us In-Person

The PAS holds regular events in the Triangle and other Regional areas. Check your quarterly email newsletter and Facebook feed for more information.

Class of 2022 Learning Lab I: Friday and Saturday, March 29-30, 2019

For its Learning Lab I, the Park Class of 2022 will explore leadership with a focus on natural disaster preparedness and public safety in North Carolina. The scholars will visit Wilmington, N.C. and will be in town for dinner Friday night. We welcome you to join us for any portion of our trip. If you live near Wilmington, you will receive an invitation and more specifics about our trip schedule. If you are interested in learning more, contact Sarah Ho at

22nd Annual Service Raleigh: Saturday, April 13, 2019

Join us in Wake County for a morning of service alongside 2,000 volunteers! We'll be working at approximately 70 different community organization sites, and invite students, faculty, staff, family, and all community members to participate. The kick-off will be held outside the University's Talley Student Union with snacks and free t-shirts! Register here:

Save the date for sPark 2020!
Friday through Sunday, April 17-19, 2020

Join Park Scholars, alumni, faculty, families, and friends for sPark: a two-day leadership and networking symposium. sPark is an opportunity to think big, discuss relevant issues, and celebrate 24 years of Park Scholars’ accomplishments. If you have questions, email To learn more, visit

In areas where there are a large number of Park Alumni, local chapters are beginning to form. This is a great way to connect with alumni, current scholars, and incoming scholars.

Interested in starting a local chapter of the PAS?

Are you in the D.C. Metro Area, New York or Atlanta? We can help you navigate the ins and outs of starting a local chapter. Contact Matt Latrick (2006) for more information.