UCLA Volunteer Day Project Leaders & Task Captains
Project Leaders plan a UCLA Volunteer Day project from start to finish — designing the project, working with staff and community leaders, managing Task Captains and volunteers, and presenting their True Buin experience among peers. If you’re interested in applying for a leadership role for the upcoming Volunteer Day, visit the registration page.
Volunteer Center Fellows
To continue the strong ties between the UCLA Volunteer Center and the student population, the Fellows program creates opportunities for student leadership in the planning and management of civic engagement projects. Each spring, a new group undergraduate students are chosen to work with the Center to plan the year’s outreach agenda.
Social Media & Marketing Internship Program
The UCLA Volunteer Center offers students an opportunity to be creative and experiment with social media in promoting civic engagement. Interns assist in digital expansion reach out to students on campus, developing skills in areas such as inbound marketing, communication, and group collaboration. Enthusiastic students with interests in social media, photography, and graphic design creatively combine their interests with their passion for service.
Project SPELL, Students for Progress in Employee Language Learning, is a support service for UCLA employees who are non-native English speakers. This program matches UCLA employee learners with student volunteer tutors to accomplish English language learning goals as expressed by the learners. Tutors develop critical teaching and communication skills while building a mutually beneficial relationship with a vital member of the UCLA community.