Volunteering: Developing the knowledge, skills, and values for civic and career readiness!
The Office of Student Life, in partnership with student organizations across campus, provides opportunities for students to engage in their local communities. Through mutually beneficial volunteer projects, students are immersed in impactful direct service with members of the surrounding community.
Volunteering is a two way street, we are serving and learning simultaneously. Through volunteer projects not only are we able to address an immediate community need, but we are able to learn about important social issues, how they effect those around us, and how we can more deeply work toward long-term change.
Alternative Breaks engage students in capacity building, skill building, and identity development through community-based volunteer projects. Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a week long service-learning experience, which immerses students in service within communities locally and around the country.
Questions? Email email@example.com.
Looking for ways to get involved? Our wonderful student staff put together a volunteer opportunities directory.
Know of an organization that’d be perfect to add to the list? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the information listed on the directory.
**Please be aware that the information regarding each of these organizations was collected from their websites and can be subject to change.