We will help you:
- Find volunteer opportunities.
- Plan a service project for you or your student organization.
As a recipient of our weekly Service Update you will:
- Receive information and resources about volunteering on and off campus.
- Learn more about community engagement and social responsibility.
Use United Way's volunteer database to:
- Browse for opportunities by impact area, location, time, and date.
- Create group service events and invite your friends to serve with you.
Service Events and Programs
Join us in service for our events and programs, including the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service Challege, alternative break trips, #ServiceSaturdas, and the Volunteer Fair. If you are a new volunteer, our programs can help introduce you to a variety of opportunities. If you are a seasoned volunteer, our events are a perfect opportunity to serve in a leadership role.
A service-learning course combines teaching and community engagement. A service-learning course provides an opportunity for students, faculty members, and community partners to engage in organized service activities that address community-identified needs. The experience pushes you to reflect on service activities to gain a further understanding of the curricular content, enhance your personal values, and increase your social responsibility.
Opportunities After Graduation
If you are considering a two years of international service with the Peace Corps after graduation, stop by our office to learn more. We can connect you with a Peace Corps recruiter, the on-campus Peace Corps Ambassador, and on-campus Returned Peace Corps Volunteers.
AmeriCorps offers post-graduate domestic service opportunities that enhance your leadership, teamwork, and other essential skills. We encourage students considering AmeriCorps to stop by our office and learn more. We can connect you to local and regional AmeriCorps positions, provide mentorship, and connect you with past members.
Teach for America
Teach For America is growing the movement of leaders who work to ensure that kids growing up in poverty get an excellent education.