Civic Engagement seeks to educate students through volunteer opportunities, service learning, and activism who will strive to understand the shared strengths and challenges of the Grand Strand community by engaging in impactful collaborative action on campus and off.
- Develop problem solving and critical thinking skills in connection with an ability to analyze the complex social issues in the Grand Strand community.
- Develop an ability to articulate an appreciation and respect for the dignity of humanity and the efforts to defend it.
- Develop the foresight to project and implement activities with a goal of achieving the common good.
Find Your Fit:
Connecting People with Opportunities
Civic Engagement offers a wide variety of volunteer opportunities to foster an environment where students can learn about themselves and their community by taking action through service, and advocate for lasting social change. Our administrative center is loyal to over 60 nonprofits in the surrounding area and is continuing to grow.There are organizations both on and off campus that fill every niche, including health and human services, arts and humanities, human rights, environmental causes,agriculture, social justice, animal welfare, community building, public policy,and more.
Past Volunteer Events Include:
- 9/11 Day of Remembrance
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
- Hunger and Homelessness Week
- Habitat for Humanity Trips
- Great Day of Service
Our office offers a wide variety of volunteer opportunities. There are organizations both on and off campus that fill every niche, including health and human services, arts and humanities, human rights, environmental causes, agriculture, social justice, animal welfare, community building, public policy, and more.
Depending on your own values and interests, you may seek a volunteer position with a nonprofit organization that works from a faith-based, political, or specific philosophical perspective. You might consider volunteering with an organization that is working with, or on behalf of, a specific population such as senior citizens, children/youth, individuals with disabilities or chronic illnesses, racial and ethnic minority populations, or the LGBT community.
We are here to help connect you with a volunteer opportunity that is a good fit for you!
Civic Engagement is located upstairs in the Lib Jackson Student Center within the Office of Student Activities and Leadership (OSAL)Suite 215.
Let's Continue to Make a Difference and Volunteer Now!
Leadership & Civic Engagement
Coordinator of Leadership & Civic Engagement
Coordinator of Civic Engagement & Orientation
Student Assistant for Leadership
"Never doubt that a small group of committed people can
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