One-time Projects and Initiatives provide UConn students with the perfect opportunity to participate in service opportunity based on their availability. These opportunities can serve as that first step to getting involved with Community Outreach.
Community Service Days
Community Service Days (CSDs) are one-time volunteer opportunities that are coordinated in partnership with many surrounding community organizations. Typically, CSD events occur on weekends throughout the semester, all transportation provided. Event pick-ups and drop-offs occur outside of People’s United Bank on the side of the UConn Bookstore.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to reserve an event for your organization, if you have any questions, or for more information!
If you are looking to become more involved with CSD, consider applying to be a Team Leader using this form!
Campus Wide Service Initiatives
Campus Wide Service Initiatives are large-scale events hosted in partnership with community partners, commonly known as Day of Caring, MLK Day of Service, and Give and Go. These events allow for large numbers of participants and may contain a variety of different volunteers tasks. It aims to reach as many UConn students and faculty as possible while serving the community in effective ways, such as youth literacy development or political activism and awareness! Events for the Fall semester included Day of Caring! The spring semester will start with MLK Day of Service with more events to be posted.
Feel free to reach out to email@example.com with any questions or requests to help out!
We invite you to come share your perspective and learn about hot topics of today! Dialogue Initiatives provides exposure to the experiences and perspectives of people on both sides of an issue through careful education and interactive deliberation. Each of our dialogues will attempt to educate on topical issues that affect our society. In the past we have tackled issues such as consent laws, child poverty, transgender identities, sexual assault on campus, homelessness, and psychological health.
For more information regarding upcoming topics of discussion or how to get involved within this organization, please visit the link below.