The UCLA Volunteer Center coordinates service activities on-campus and throughout greater Los Angeles to inspire members of the extended UCLA family to give of their time and talent. We have three great on-campus service opportunities available now. You can apply to become a Project SPELL Student English Tutor, join our Social Media and Marketing Internship Program, or apply to become one of our Student Tech Assistants. Sign-up by this Friday, January 10!
Do you have a passion for languages? Are you Interested in volunteering on campus but don’t know how to get started? Join Project SPELL! Project SPELL, which stands for Students for Progress in Employee Language Learning, is a Volunteer Center program that matches a UCLA student with an employee on campus who is looking to improve his or her English skills through English as a Second Language tutoring. For more information and to complete a tutor application, visit volunteer.ucla.edu/project-spell.
Are you a social media savvy student? Do you want to explore careers in digital media? The Volunteer Center is looking for industrious and creative interns to join our social media and marketing team. If you absolutely adore the Walden filter on Instagram, and you’re passionate about volunteer service, we want you to apply by January 10, 2014: volunteer.ucla.edu/interns.
The UCLA Volunteer Center is seeking a student technology assistant 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. We’re looking for creative thinkers who are able to handle a variety of duties including content creation for the Volunteer Center site, updating various social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, foursquare, Tumblr, etc.), working with the Social Media and Marketing Internship Program, and more. View the job description here, and apply by sending your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org; include “Student Technology Assistant: [Your Name]” with your name in the subject line of the email.