Gain experience while helping others. There are many benefits to volunteering and getting involved. <more>
Have fun! Make friends! Gain experience! Build leadership skills!
How Do I Become A Volunteer?
Students, faculty and staff may join with the CCE volunteer team and sign up for volunteer and service opportunity posted on-campus and with community partners.
How do I receive updates on volunteering? Join the CCE Listserv and become a CCE volunteer who receives updates on volunteer and service opportunities, leadership workshops, and other campus events.
Is My Service Documented?
All REPORTED service may be verified and documented for registered volunteers. Volunteers who engage in service and document service hours performed individually, with student organizations, and/or academic departments may print a service transcript on UNCP Serve. The transcript is a record of their volunteerism and service recorded with the CCE office or a partnering community agency..
How Do I Track My Hours?
Registered volunteers can track their service hours on-line for each volunteer and service event reported with the UNCP Service community through UNCP Serve.
Are Volunteers Recognized For Service?
The Office for Community & Civic Engagement is a Certifying Organization for the President’s Volunteer Service Award. Register and start collecting your hours toward your first President’s Volunteer Service Award.
Where Can I Volunteer?
Search for a volunteer and service opportunities that’s right for you or contact the Office for Community & Civic Engagement in Jacobs Hall, Suite K.
You don’t have to go far to find a volunteer site. Check out our community partners and volunteer sites.
For more information about volunteering, stop by the Office for Community & Civic Engagement located in Jacobs Hall, Suite K or email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.