Resources for Students

Local Service Opportunities

VOLUNTEERING

National and Regional Service/Leadership Internship Opportunities

White House Internship Program
  • Duties of interns include: weekly lectures, tours, completion of intern service project, and office duties.
  • May serve a term in the Fall, Spring, or Summer.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen, enrolled in a college or university, and be at least 18 years old.
  • Applications submitted to Karen Race, Deputy Director and Intern Coordinator, White House Personnel, at intern_application@whitehouse.gov
  • Application and additional information available at www.whitehouse.gov/about/internships/apply
  • For more information, contact the Center for Civic Engagement.
CHANGE Initiative
Corporation for National & Community Service
  • Have an idea for a service project – like getting a group together to volunteer each week at a homeless shelter, or reading to kids at your local library? Learn how to turn your volunteer idea into a successful service project using do-it-yourself toolkits.
VISTA Opportunities

Regional and National Conferences

  • Readers as Leaders Conference
  • Lasell College in the DeWitt Hall.
  • Student-initiated intercollegiate conference intended to bring together student leaders, faculty, and community partners who are working with (or are interested in) the America Reads program.
  • Meet, network, and learn from others involved.
  • For more information, contact the Office of Civic Engagement.

Resources: tutoring curricula, tool kits, & volunteer guides

TOOLKITS FOR CHANGE

www.nationalservice.gov/

Service- Learning Courses at SMSU

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