Service at Willamette
The Office of Community Service Learning encourages a sense of civic responsibility by cultivating mutually beneficial relationships within the greater Salem community. We strive to address community-identified needs through collaborative partnerships and service; deepen learning, teaching, and scholarship through service; and foster the growth and development of active, engaged citizens.
Service Saturdays are for students who are willing to dedicate part of one day to volunteer in the Salem community. There are many opportunities provided by different organizations such as "Friends of Trees" and "HOME Youth & Resource Center." View upcoming opportunities (and sign up) below.
Sign-up for Service Saturdays!
Take a Break (TaB)
Established in 2001-2002, students from a myriad of backgrounds work in conjunction with Willamette staff, faculty advisors, and community agencies to focus on a wide variety of social issues such as literacy, poverty, racism, hunger, homelessness, HIV/AIDS and the environment during a school break across the United States.
Language in Motion (LiM)
Language in Motion is a volunteer program for study abroad returnees, international students, and language assistants to create language and culture activities for presentations in public school classrooms in the Salem-Keizer community.
More information: firstname.lastname@example.org
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