The UCLA Volunteer Center will be hosting Non-profit Networking Night with the Career Center, Community Service Commission, and the Office of Residential Life on Tuesday, February 7th from 7-9pm in the De Neve Plaza Rooms. This will be a great opportunity to meet with non-profit organizations that are currently hiring interns and career employees, in addition to many organizations that have open volunteer opportunities. Read MorePosted on February 7, 2012 | Source: UCLA Volunteer Center
The UCLA Volunteer Center is seeking a well-qualified applicant to join our team as the Project SPELL Program Director. The right candidate will lead an innovative program that offers basic adult education literacy support to campus staff. Project SPELL pairs English language learners with UCLA student for one-on-one tutoring. The Program Director will design and offer workshops to support tutors and learners. –› Read More
During the 2013-2014 academic year, the Student Committee of Project SPELL has worked hard to bring about new changes and improvements to Project SPELL. Our new accomplishments include creating a Tutor Handbook, implementing quarterly tutor retreats, and working diligently to improve training workshops for our tutors! –› Read More
WOMP, or Westwood Organized Meaningful Projects, is an inspiring day of community improvement projects in Westwood Village and the North Village. It is a collaboration of hundreds of volunteers tackling a host of community improvement projects to enhance the charm of our city for a memorable and rewarding experience. –› Read More
The UCLA Volunteer Center values providing service opportunities to all members of the community — a commitment that we proudly extend to retirees, students, parents, staff, faculty and more. We know that every life-stage has different needs to be fulfilled, and for retirees who have a lifetime of experience, the desire to give back can be especially intense. With this awareness in mind, our team has created a list of volunteer opportunities geared specifically for retirees. Take a moment to see how you can make a difference in local communities through volunteer service. –› Read More
The UCLA Volunteer Center is seeking a student web programmer and content producer to aid in the planning and execution of the Center’s website, social media, and technology objectives. We’re looking for a savvy student with excellent writing skills and attention to detail, who is interested in social good and volunteerism. –› Read More
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