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Gain experience while helping others.  Service is one of UNCP’s core values.  We believe it is our responsibility to give back and support our community through serving   others.  There are many benefits to volunteering and getting involved.  Service…

  • helps build skills and experiences that help make you attractive to future employers.
  • provides opportunities to become active, positive contributors to society.
  • allows you the opportunity to interact and build relationships with diverse groups of people.
  • helps you to develop and use complex and critical thinking skills.
  • helps in the development and enhancement of leadership skills.

Students, faculty and staff can respond to various volunteer opportunities on-campus and in the community posted on UNCP Serve.  You can also connect with over 150 community partners.

UNCP Serve users can download an easy-to-read volunteer resume that summarizes their volunteer activity for a selected date range and includes graphs showing volunteer hours by month and what types of volunteer work has been done. The data shown on the resume is pulled from your opportunity responses, submitted volunteer hours, and event RSVPs.  For more information on how to download your volunteer resume click here.

You can track hours that are associated with opportunity responses you’ve made on UNCP Serve and hours that are not associated with opportunity responses which are listed as “individual hours”.  For more information on how to track your service hours click here.

The Office for Community & Civic Engagement honors volunteers and community members each year at our Volunteer Celebration hosted at the end of every spring semester.  For more information on service awards and volunteer badges click here.

Join the CCE Listserv  to learn about a variety of current service opportunities on-campus and in the community. Here are just a few of the benefits:

  • Regular updates and new information about on-campus and community volunteer opportunities
  • Information about current service events sponsored by UNCP and the Office for Community & Civic Engagement
  1. Click here to become a registered CCE volunteer and subscribe to the CCE listserv.
  2. Enter your email address, name (optional) and create a password.
  3. Click SUBSCRIBE and enjoy the updates on CCE service opportunities and events.

If you have any difficulty subscribing to CCE@listserv.uncp.edu  please contact the CCE office at 910.521.6163 or cce@uncp.edu

 

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