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With our commitment to community engagement, many local organizations request support from our students ranging from one-time special events to ongoing program activities. Dates for these activities can be viewed on the Campus Events Calendar.
Every fall semester, representatives from area human service agencies and Parkside clubs and organizations are on hand to talk about their organizations and volunteer opportunities. Students can sign up to volunteer with the organizations or simply get more information as to some of the service opportunities. (September)
For more than 20 years, USA WEEKEND Magazine, in collaboration with Points of Light, has brought you Make A Difference Day, the largest national day of community service. As a part of National Day of Doing Good, Parkside students volunteer throughout the Racine and Kenosha communities at sites ranging from the River Bend Nature Center to Habitat for Humanity. (October)
Sign up at the Bridge recruiting table or in the Campus Engagement and Activities Office, SCTR L104, at the time of the event.
Several times a year, the Student Volunteer program sponsors a campus wide blood drive. Along with donating blood, volunteers are needed to promote the event and staff tables. (Fall/Spring)
This community service program is designed to raise awareness of hunger, homelessness, and environmental issues at earth-friendly worksites in southeastern Wisconsin. (Late April/May)