One of our hallmarks at PACE is the effort to serve the surrounding communities. Check out some of the organizations below for volunteer opportunities to get involved or click on the link for the Salisbury University Volunteer Center.
There are several opportunitites to get involved on S.U.'s campus and make a difference in the lives of our students. Here are some helpful links to start an organization, get involved with SGA, or a political party on campus.
College Democrats - If you are interested in heading up this organization, please see below information.
1. Find 10 interested students.
2. Get an advisor. It is really important to have an engaged advisor to help with transitions and makes sure the club stays afloat.
3. Meet with the SGA Exec VP.
4. Attend 2 consecutive SGA Forums.
5. Complete this application.
To stay recognized the club would have to:
1. Go to 3 forums (total) a semester
2. Do 2 recognized events, including one recreational event and one community service project
SU Volunteer Center
The Salisbury University 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. The SU Volunteer Center partners with PACE and other local service organizations.
Community Volunteer Experiences:
Best Buddies - students work with people who have disabilities.
Big Brothers, Big Sisters
ECI Discussion Group - time spent leading a discussion group
Habitat for Humanity
Life Crisis Center
Maryland Coastal Bays Program
Peninsula Regional Medical Center
The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore
VITA - tax assistance
Political Volunteer Experiences
SU Political Clubs
PACE's Campus Voter Registration Drive