Were you involved in service in high school? Eager to volunteer for the first time? Whatever your passion, we are the people to get you out and involved in the community in meaningful ways.
Students choose to do service for a multitude of reasons. While important, volunteering is not solely about you giving of yourself. In the long term, we want to give you the opportunity to develop skills and insight into possible careers. Whether that’s experience in a medical environment, an educational setting or with a non-profit—we’ll help to find where your passion is!
The Student Government Organization requires that organizations participate in at least one service-related experience each semester. Our goal is to help you find opportunities to use your interests to assist in the community. We hope to enhance your club’s focus by offering your club’s specific talent, hobby, or interest to our community.
We have a whole host of events that we do on an annual basis (Empty Bowl Benefit Dinner, Dr. Seuss Day, MLK Day of Service), but if you have the urge to do something different…DO IT! Before you plan and start your event check with us first by submitting a proposal or emailing us.
After your service experience is completed, you will also need to submit an evalutation which will let us know how the event went and how many participants there were.
Attention All Students, Alumni, and Faculty! This Sunday, February 25th, we are hosting our Annual Dr. Suess event in Grey Towers Castle from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.
This event, meant for children from kindergarten to 3rd grade, is designed to celebrate and foster a love of reading in children. In addition to reading, there will be games, juggling, face painting, button making, freeze dancing, and more! This is an incredibly valuable event for the children in the community and we encourage parents to bring their children for an afternoon of fun and learning. Admission is free, although donations are appreciated. All donations go towards the Jamie Rodriguez Scholarship Fund and future CCEC projects.
We are pleased to announce a cost decrease for the upcoming Alternative Spring Break in Texas!
The trip has been REDUCED from $625 to $450. This price change comes from the fact we are now working with United Methodist's Texas Recovers. This group manages long term recovery efforts and have just begun their rebuilding efforts this month.
We have remaining openings to fill so if you know anyone interested in attending this trip please let them know about the price drop and direct them to us!
If you have already payed the full $625 you will be refunded the $175 unless you wish to donate the remainder to the trip.