UNLVolunteers creates a fun, social atmosphere for students to plan and participate in service projects that benefit our community.
The mission of UNLVolunteers is to encourage civic engagement and positive social change by providing and promoting meaningful service opportunities and service-learning experiences for UNLV students, faculty, and staff. UNLVolunteers plans programs centered on the following impact areas: Hunger and Homelessness, Education and Youth, Environment, Health, and General Programs (since not every service program fall under the other four areas).
Service projects planned by UNLVolunteers:
- Alternative Break Trips
- Delivering and Serving Hope (DASH)
- Days of Service
There are two ways to become a member:
UNLVolunteers is free to join and no membership application is required. Interested students can join at any time during the semester. We only ask that you bring your enthusiasm and passion for service. Our meetings are at 11 a.m. on Fridays on the third floor of the Student Union, Room 316 (in the conference room).
Impact Area Coordinator
UNLVolunteer programs are driven by five coordinators who lead the planning of events based on their positions. The executive board is selected through an application and interview process held in March each year. Coordinators hold their positions from April until May of the next year.