All PharmD students are involved in Professional Outreach and Development Societies (PODS), and are divided into four smaller groups. The communities are named for a few of the college's formative leaders. Each PODS section pairs with a learning community in the Carver College of Medicine (CCOM) for networking and philanthropy. Below is a list of the PODS communities, as well as their sister community and service projects. 

Peer Mentor Co-Coordinators: Paula Gawedzki and Rachel Parry

Pre-Pharmacy Mentor Coordinator:  Claire Weidman

Boerner Community

CCOM Sister Community: Flocks
Philanthropies: Free Medical Clinics, Doc Dash, Paper Products Drive

  • Mayor - Sarah Sugden
  • Mayor-Elect - Jaelyn Westfield
  • Philanthropy Chair - Jade Feller
  • Social Chair - Carly Watertor
  • Public Relations Chair - Alison Russell
  • Collaborative Affairs Chair - Trang Dang

Cooper Community

CCOM Sister Community: Bean
Philanthropies: Shelter House, Dodgeball

  • Mayor - Amanda Stefl
  • Mayor-Elect - Josh McDonald
  • Social Chair - Sam Veach
  • Philanthropy Chair - Jillian Romanco
  • Public Relations Chair - Briana Negaard
  • Collaborative Affairs Chair - Molly O'Brien

Kuever Community

CCOM Sister Community: Boulware
Philanthropies: Table-to-Table, blood drives

  • Mayor Joe Frasher
  • Mayor-Elect - Sadie Donahue
  • Social Chair - Alyssa Berry
  • Philanthropy Chair - Jeni Carmody
  • Public Relations Chair - Asma Mumtaz
  • Collaborative Affairs Co-Chairs - Jonathon Lochner & Daniel Wentworth

Teeters Community

CCOM Sister Community: McCowen
Philanthropies: DVIP, DVIP Benchpress, Fit Against Force

  • Mayor -Abbie Baker
  • Mayor-Elect - Sophia Johnson
  • Social Chair - Gavin Meyer
  • Philanthropy Chair - Kate Zakrezewski
  • Public Relations Chair - Theresa Doyle
  • Collaborative Affairs Chair - Abigayle Renner