Semester in Service

The Semester in Service program connects dedicated and motivated Salve Regina students with nonprofit organizations in need of long-term volunteers.

For the fall 2018 semester, Semester in Service will run from Sept. 17 through Dec. 7. During this time, students will volunteer weekly at the nonprofit organization of their choice. Transportation will be provided to specific service sites (except during national holidays and/or University closings).

Semester in Service participants are also required to complete one service hour in the Office of Community Service each week.

Register for Semester in Service

The Semester in Service registration form will close at noon Friday, Sept. 14.

Semester in Service Partners

Van transportation picks up at Miley Hall 15 minutes prior to volunteer start time.

Child & Family

Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Van transportation is provided.
Capacity: 14

Child & Family is seeking students to serve as additional staff support in its early care and education center. Volunteers will work in classrooms with teachers to support all aspects of the day-to-day duties within an early childhood classroom setting. Students must pass a CANTS background check and tuberculosis test, and must also submit fingerprints and proof of MMR, chickenpox and flu immunizations.

Contact:
Patricia Carbone
(401) 848-4102 or pcarbone@childandfamilyri.com
Melissa Bockstoce
(401) 848-4104 or mbockstoce@childandfamilyri.com

God's Community Garden

Tuesdays and/or Thursdays from 9-11:45 a.m.
Van transportation is provided.
Capacity: 14

God's Community Garden is seeking students to assist with daily tasks around the garden, including watering, harvesting and working in the greenhouses.

Contact:
Linda Wood, volunteer coordinator
lswwood@cox.net

Potter League for Animals

Tuesdays and/or Thursdays from 9-11:45 a.m.
Van transportation is provided.
Capacity: 14

The Potter League is seeking students to assist with daily morning cleaning, obedience training for dogs, training and socialization for cats, bunny socialization, clerical assistance, and outdoor projects such as landscaping and painting. In addition to registering through the Office of Community Service, students should also submit an online application to the Potter League.

Contact:
Gail Lawson, volunteer coordinator
(401) 846-8276 Ext. 106 or gaill@potterleague.org

Salvation Army

Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This service site is located on the trolley line.
Capacity: 5

The Salvation Army is seeking students to assist with basic day-to-day duties. Students may choose to volunteer at their convenience based on their schedule.

Contact:
Lt. James Bang, corps officer/pastor
(401) 846-3243 or james.bang@use.salvationarmy.org

 

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