Volunteer opportunities exclusively for UCLA students
Volunteering for Campus Programs
Alumni are encouraged to participate in the volunteer programs offered by the UCLA Alumni Association. They are wonderful opportunities to network with alumni with similar interests, interact with current or future students and contribute to the well-being of the University.
Are you interested in archaeology? The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology offers many opportunities for volunteers to participate in cutting-edge research projects.
The education component of UCLA Live, the campus’ performing arts organization, Design for Sharing volunteers help with programs for K-12 students, and also coordinate office projects.
Retired faculty and staff are encouraged to participate in the volunteer opportunities afforded through the Emeriti/Retirees Relations Center as well as the Emeriti and Retirees Associations. Connecting with former colleagues as well as “giving back” to the University community are two of the many benefits realized through your volunteer involvement. For your convenience, please find a list of current volunteer opportunities located on the Retirees’ Association webpage and email the ERRC at email@example.com for Emeriti Association volunteer opportunities.
You can volunteer as a lab assistant at the Fowler Museum, working on art conservation projects. Training is provided.
In a program unique in the nation, volunteers act as clients, witnesses and jurors in training UCLA law students to be competent lawyers.
Volunteers at the seven-acre Mathias Garden lead tours for schools and civic groups. Also welcome are volunteer gardeners to work with the more than 5,000 species in the garden.