Exiting a Service-Learning project can be a difficult transition. There are several opportunities to stay engaged and active in community issues:
- Boise State Community Engagement Calendar (via University Foundations Program)
- How to make a difference through volunteering (a resource guide to finding your path to a career)
Still a Student?
Continue Serving – On average 40% of students say they will continue to serve with their community partner.
Get Involved on campus with Student Groups.
Alternative Spring Breaks – Alternative Breaks provide students with the opportunity to learn about political and social community dynamics while becoming a catalyst for collaborative social change.
Internships – Earn credits while serving through internship opportunities through the Career Center.
United Way of Treasure Valley – A collaborative organization that funds and supports local non-profits and initiatives.
IPSL – Serve internationally through The International Partnership for Service-Learning
VISTA – Volunteers in Service to America is and Americorp program
Peace Corps – Serve internationally with Peace Corps
AmeriCorps – Serve America through AmeriCorps
City Year – Volunteers tutor and mentor students at risk of dropping out of school
IPSL – Serve internationally through The International Partnership for Service-Learning graduate program.
IVPA – International Volunteer Programs Association
JVC (NW) – Responding to local needs after being placed in a community with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps