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SU Organizations Click here to report volunteer service hours

SU Students click here to report volunteer service hours

Click here to view Volunteer Opportunities in Career Connections

Click here to view Volunteer Opportunities nationally

Click here to view Volunteer Opportunities internationally

International Volunteer Opportunites click here

Organizations/Individuals click here to complete your Activity Forms

Click here to view the Volunteer Center Monthly competition for most volunteer hours by any SU club, sport or organization.

Click here for "GAP Year" Information

Click here to view Photos

2016 New Orleans Alternative Spring Break!

EnterpriseMission Statement:

The SU Enterprise Volunteer Center is committed to serving the community and University by offering meaningful connections between students who care and organizations in need. The Center is dedicated to promoting lifelong values of commitment to service and civic engagement, encouraging awareness of community needs, and facilitating service opportunities to address those needs.

Our Goals:

  • Connect interested students to community needs
  • Develop collaborative linkages within the University and across the community
  • Facilitate student development through leadership and service
  • Empower regional growth by offering student resources to assist in community transformation
  • Prepare students for careers through volunteering and encouraging a sense of community service throughout their careers

How to make volunteering a "Win-Win":

  • Volunteer in organizations that can make the most of your skills.
  • Identify a place where you would like to get experience--offer to volunteer there.
  • Treat ALL volunteer efforts as a job: be dependable, on-time and professional.
  • Stay with any volunteer effort for at least one semester, preferably two or more.
  • Start your volunteer work as early in your college career as possible.
  • Inquire about a volunteer internship possibility.

Graduation Cords:

For you to obtain a "Volunteer Center Graduation Cord" you need to do the following before graduating:
♦  Participate in one of the "Alternative Break" programs
♦  Work over 350 volunteer hours prior to graduation
◊ Note:  The hours need to be turned in to the Volunteer Center within 2 months of completion of the volunteer hours.  You cannot wait until graduation and tell us you volunteered 50 hours your freshman year, 200 hours your sophomore year, etc.  These hours MUST do documented in a timely manner (2 months) after completing the hours.

♦  Click here to view the Volunteer Center handout
♦  Click here to view the Volunteer Center bookmark

♦  Click here to view Samantha Beck in her December 15th interview with WBOC TV concerning the Angel Tree program

♦ Click here to view Flyer article and pictures of the Winter 2016 New Orleans volunteer trip.

Enterprise

Stats: (data below is from 2009 until end of summer 2015)

  • STATS ALL-TIME:  5063 registered volunteers/233 community partners/626 opportunities (some with mulitple signup dates)
  • 287 opportunities registered/9729 volunteers attended/40619.43 volunteer hours logged
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Contact the Volunteer Center:

Samantha Beck-Volunteer Center Coordinator
410-548-3014
SWVolunteer1@salisbury.edu
Facebook-https://www.facebook.com/SU-Volunteer-Center
Twitter-@ SU_Volunteer

Salisbury University 1101 Camden Avenue Salisbury, MD 21801 410-543-6000

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