Want to Volunteer?
There are many existing clubs and opportuntities at UVM that you can get involved with. Check out the list below from the clubs that the LCE team advises directly. If none of those are a fit, try visiting the local United Way's Volunteer Connection database.
Volunteers in Action (VIA)
A student volunteer club network of 17 programs that address a number of social issues in and around the local community. Issues range from hunger, to HIV/AIDS awareness, to working with students in local schools. Email email@example.com.
A student-run winter and spring break program based on the Break-Away model, which takes 150 UVM students to communities around the country and world on winter and/or spring break. On these trips students volunteer, learn about different cultures, and immerse themselves in the communities.
Alpha Phi Omega (APO)
The Alpha Gamma Eta chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, a national co-ed service fraternity. Students focus on one-time service requests as well as established and on-going service projects with local non-profits.
Campus Kitchens Project (CKP)
A student club designed after the national DC Kitchen in Washington, D.C. This program salvages on-campus food, has students safely repackage the food into healthy and well-balanced meals, and then deliver them to local folks in need.
UVM Serves-- Weekly Volunteer Newsletter
Go to the right side of this page to sign up for "UVM Serves!" Every week you'll find out about dozens of diverse ways you can get involved in the community-- from on-campus to local non-profit volunteer calls, from one-time opportunities to on-going leadership positions, you'll be in the loop!