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Service-Learning & Volunteer Programs

Office Location:
715 S. New St.
Commonwealth Hall, Lower Level
Enter at Student Health Services
West Chester, PA 19383

Phone: 610-436-3379
Fax: 610-430-5600

Announcements and Upcoming Events

MLK Day of Service, Thursday, January 30th, two shifts 2:30-4pm and 4:30-6pm - Looking for an on-campus service opportunity?  Join us on this Day of Service where we will be making no-sew fleece blankets for two local hospitals for children and one foster care program.  Gather your student club/organization, team, department, or group of friends to honor Dr. King's commitment to service.  Join us for one of TWO 90 minute sessions in Sykes Ballrooms!  You must register your group on RamConnect: 

Session 1 2:30-4pm REGISTER HERE

Session 2 4:30-6pm REGISTER HERE

We hope to see you there!


Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) Fellow Position Open! The Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is a national nonpartisan project looking for Pennsylvania Institutional Fellows.  Join our team, become a 2020 Institutional Fellow and help Register, Educate, Engage and Get-Out-the-Vote on your college campus!  This PAID opportunity will coordinate voter engagement efforts on WCU's campus.  Email for more information!

Emergency Volunteer Team  In the event of an emergency such as a natural disaster, WCU is designated by the state of Pennsylvania as an Emergency Response Center.  To enact an Emergency Response plan on campus, we need student volunteers ready and eager to assist when needs arise. For example, we experienced a major ice storm a few years ago where we opened a 200-person emergency shelter on campus. Joining this team does not necessitate your attendance if an event were to occur, but instead is allowing us to contact you to inquire if you are able to help should the event arise.  Students can join the team by filling out a simple form  here.

Volunteer Opportunity for Spanish-Speaking Students or Faculty to be an Academic Coach - The New Directions Program at the Charles A. Melton Arts & Education Center is looking for volunteers to work with students in grades K-6 in an after-school program as an academic coach. You would be helping these students do homework, build literacy skills, and participate in different activities. They would love to have more Spanish-speaking coaches because they serve many children who speak Spanish as a first language. If this interests you or you would like more information please contact Jamie Comfort


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