F23 Service Day: Clark County Wetlands
Service Day is a day of service hosted and put on by UNLVolunteers. Service Day sends 200 or so UNLV students out into our Clark County community for three hours of service with various community partners located throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
Participants are expected to meet on campus starting at 8 a.m., where they will meet with their group site leader and enjoy some light breakfast refreshments provided by UNLVolunteers. Volunteers, under no circumstances, will be allowed to meet at the site first.
Please make sure to wear close-toed shoes and long pants. All participants will also be given one of our F23 Service Day shirts for them to wear.
Before You Sign Up
Please read this information carefully before signing up.
Clark County Wetlands Park spans 2,900 acres on the eastern edge of the Las Vegas Valley. With a 210-acre Nature Preserve and five Trailheads, the Park provides recreation opportunities and wildlife habitat as well as an outdoor classroom for scientific studies and educational programs for all ages. The Wetlands Park Nature Center offers a wide variety of programs to the public, including walks led by Certified Interpretive Guides, art, children’s programs, and group and individual volunteer opportunities.
Service will be from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for a total of three hours of service hours credited and will return to campus by 1 p.m. to enjoy a free lunch provided by UNLVolunteers. Volunteers will be picking up trash for their service project.
You must follow all guidelines provided by Clark County at all times. By signing up for this shift, you are agreeing that you will follow and abide by all of the rules and guidelines provided by Clark County, including any Covid guidelines that Clark County may ask you to follow.