The Volunteer and Community Service Center is now closed and will re-open August 1, 2017. All student-run programs, such as our VITAL tutoring program, LARY mentoring program and HYPE, OLAS, and BYE cultural support programs will resume late September when students return to the Volunteer Center. Should you need immediate assistance, please contact Karen Brenna, Administrative Assistant, at 920.832.7167.
There are opportunities for Lawrence University students, staff, faculty and alumni to serve together on MLK, Jr. Day of Service, Monday, January 16, 2017 (no classes are in session this day). Registration deadline = 1/10/17.
Opportunities both on campus and outside the bubble are available (transportation provided). Review the events here and sign up for one off-campus opportunity or up to three on-campus opportunities. Please note, our greatest need is off campus.
Do you believe or suspect that your volunteer work and service have prepared you for a leadership role, but can’t quite articulate why that is the case? Would you like to achieve a deeper understanding of the complex relationship between service and leadership? UNIC 170 3 unit course that is designed for students with significant volunteer or community service experience. It will look at the role of leadership and the development of leadership skills as an outcome of participation via service in human communities. This course meets on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Friday from 1:50pm-3:00pm and is an S/U option only. For questions or approval to register please contact Professor Mark Jenike at email@example.com
Please come find us at our new location across from Wriston Art Center Gallery at Lawe St. and Alton intersection. We have free tea!
Into the Streets provides first-year students with an introduction to the Fox Cities area and the needs of the community. Lawrentian volunteers will be afforded the opportunity to tour an agency and learn about the mission, goals, and community issues addressed at each agency. Following a brief overview of the agency, students are asked to participate in a service project together.
Through involvement in the Volunteer and Community Service Center (VCSC), we hope students will become exposed to new ideas that may influence their future perspectives on community, social justice, and humanitarian issues. Please register by THURSDAY, 9/10.
We look forward to meeting new students during our Into the Streets event, during welcome week, on Saturday, September 12 from 1-5 pm. We invite all new students to venture “into the streets” to get to know Appleton and to learn about the service needs and opportunities in a new community. Additional details will be on this page shortly and will also be shared with you during your first hall meetings. Welcome!!
Please join your campus community for a day of learning, service and celebration in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. There are many opportunities available from both on and off campus. Register here by January 15, 2015.