Office of Service-Learning
United Way of Greater Toledo
The United Way of Greater Toledo is a great resource for volunteer opportunities and how to get more involved in the Northwest Ohio region, including Wood County and Bowling Green. If you are looking for internship placement, volunteer opportunities, volunteer resources, or how to log your service hours please visit the United Way of Greater Toledo webpage
This weekly e-mail highlights various community service and civic engagement activities in the Northwest Ohio region. Join today!
Alternative Break Trips
A new student organization called Branch Out is in need of members to help develop and lead alternative break trips in the 2012-2013 academic year. If you are interested in becoming a member of the new student organization Branch Out, please contact Bryant Shepard at email@example.com.
BG Teen Central
Teens in the Bowling Green area have a place to meet with other teens and spend time with college student mentors. The Service Resource Connection facilitates the volunteer process for this worthwhile program and is always looking for new individual or group volunteers. Sponsored by the BG Parks and Recreation.
Participate in a Day of Service
Throughout the year BGSU hosts a variety of service days. The days organized through the Service Resource Connection are the Make a Difference Day (Fall) and Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Challenge (Spring).
Connect with Our Community Partners
Each fall community partners and non-profit agencies are invited to campus to share with the BGSU campus the variety of volunteer, internship, and employment opportunities available. If you are looking for a simple one stop shop for these type of opportunities, then look no further. The Volunteer and Community Partnership Fair is the place.
These courses are focused on learning through action. This is done by fostering partnerships with local community non-profits and applying academic content to community issues. If you are a student searching for a more hands-on learning experience, then consider talking a service-learning course.