Want to make a difference in your community? Need service credit for class, a leadership certificate, or scholarship requirements? Would you like more work experience for your resume?
A TimeBank through Reed Executive Study suggests that employers prefer job candidates who volunteer. The Office of Student Affairs strives to provide on- and off-campus programming that engages you in a variety of community outreach opportunities, both serving the university as well as serving nonprofit organizations in the greater Columbus area.
Get Connected is an easy-to-use web-based platform that matches the right donors, advocates, and volunteers with the right opportunities in our neighborhoods. Advocate for causes that require your passionate voice and volunteer your time in ways that make a real difference.
Students can gain valuable professional experience, both in short- and long-term volunteer positions, such as:
- Graphic design
- Social service outreach
- Literacy tutoring
- Nonprofit office administration
Students and groups of students are also encouraged to participate in projects, like:
- Office painting
- Assemble fundraising mailers
- Packing gifts for holiday charities