Topic: volunteering

Portrait of Amanda Gordon, Alumni Board and Volunteer Relations Coordinator
People | February 26, 2018
So married to UNLV that she had her wedding reception on campus, this alum says working at her alma mater is a natural progression.
woman at front of classroom
People | January 25, 2018
UNLV School of Medicine student Lauren Hollifield was inspired by her experiences abroad to come back to Las Vegas to practice medicine.
Community Garden
Business and Community | June 10, 2016
Connecting with the community will be an important part of school’s curriculum.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNLV holds its annual open house
Campus News | November 18, 2015
Grant from The Bernard Osher Foundation supports UNLV program that offers courses to more than 1,500 retired and semi-retired Southern Nevadans each year.
People | March 7, 2013
Recent political science grad Steven Washington on how Agassi Prep has rounded out his college experience, and why we should all chip in to help others.
People | February 28, 2013
Business major Aldrich Sinampaga explains what it means to "rescue" food and how working with a nonprofit opened his eyes to new career opportunities.
People | February 21, 2013
Education student Krystal LePriol explains how the Boys & Girls Club shifted her career plans, and why service learning brought new meaning to her college experience.
People | February 13, 2013
Engineering undergrad Mae Javier on the importance of volunteering with Opportunity Village and shattering the stigma associated with people with intellectual disabilities.
Younger kids help out rebel students move boxes.
Business and Community | September 13, 2012
UNLV Students gather needed school supplies and deliver them to local schools.
Local artist and UNLV alumnus Troy Gillett
People | September 13, 2011
Local artist and UNLV alumnus Troy Gillett created an inspiring art piece to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11.
People | June 23, 2011
Graduate student and instructor Crystal Lee started a nonprofit organization to pair American Indian youngsters and mentors.
Business and Community | May 18, 2010
For 17 years, the hotel college's mentor programs have connected students with the industry leaders — many of them UNLV graduates. The result is students well-prepared for careers in the hospitality industry.