Need UVM Volunteers?
Students at the University of Vermont love to get involved with the local community. If you are in need of some volunteers (one or more), we can try to help you connect with existing student groups or individual students.
Currently these are our following options:
- Submit your request (a short description of the who, what, why, when, and where) to the Leadership and Civic Engagement Programs weekly "UVM Serves." This volunteer newsletter goes out to over 1000 students, staff, and faculty on the campus. This format is obviously best used at least 2 weeks before you need volunteers. Please email your requests to: lkeller[at]uvm.edu (this will go to Lisa, our Graduate Assistant for Service at LCE).
- Connect directly with a student volunteer group! There are hundreds of UVM students involved in formal volunteer clubs here on campus. For a full listing of clubs visit the "get involved" section of our website.
- Lastly, we can try to connect you with one of the two "volunteer as needed" student clubs here at UVM. Alpha Phi Omega (APO), is our co-ed service fraternity. They have nearly 50 members who volunteer almost on a weekly basis in the community. Also, one of the 17 programs of Volunteers in Action is Servasaurus Rex (great name huh?), is dedicated to one-time service. In other words, they either create volunteer opportunities or respond to requests from the community. Either visit the "get involved" section to connect directly with these students or contact Laura Megivern at laura.megivern[at]uvm.edu
Thank you for your connect to UVM. We hope that our students can help volunteer to make your event, project, or fundraiser a success!