Looking to give back as the school year comes to an end?
Here are some opportunities for you!
April 2014 events newsletter
A Charleston Affair is going zero waste! The office of sustainability needs help in doing a trail run of composting this year at the Charleston Affair. Volunteers are needed to help attendees choose the correct bin for their materials. We’re looking for volunteers from 6:00pm-10:30pm on both Saturday, May 3rd and Sunday May 4th (with a greater need on Sunday).
GrowFood Carolina is looking for some help with our exciting Peak of the Season fundraising party on Wednesday, April 30th! This is a casual, happy hour event that gives us the opportunity to share with the community all the fun produce that Spring has to offer. Throughout the evening volunteers will help out with bar tending, clearing plates, décor & set-up. There will be LOCAL nibbles, libations & music for everyone to enjoy!
Be a Mentor: 2014 Mentor Appreciation Celebration on Thursday, April 24, 2014 at Academic Magnet High School. The event will take place at 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM. We are in desperate need of volunteers for the day of the event to help with set up, greeting guests, and serving food. All who volunteer with be treated to an evening of music, laughter, and a fabulous meal prepared by Willie Jewels.
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How many parts of yourself are you willing to share in order to birth a better world?
Kimberly Dark will speak at 6:30 p.m. April 17 in the Alumni Center in the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance; a reception will precede at 6 p.m. Through her own brand of engaging performance art, Kimberly uses humor and storytelling to encourage audiences to think about the role of privilege and oppression in their own lives.
Bonner Leaders are students with a demonstrated a commitment to service and a desire to enhance their leadership skills. They are advocates for social justice and change. Bonner Leaders are diverse, a fact which they celebrate. If this sounds like you or someone you know, then we want to meet you.
Interested in being a site leader for an alternative break trip?
If you have previous experience as an Alternative Break participant and you are inspired to take on a new role in the Alternative Break movement, we encourage you to consider applying for our Alternative Break Leadership Board or site leader team for the 2014-15 academic year.
Site Leader Application 2014-15
Alternative Fall Break 2014 Timeline
Weekend Breaks 2015 Timeline
Alternative Spring Break 2015 Timeline
Join the Alternative Break Leadership Board.
Leadership board members will be primarily responsible for supporting and guiding the Alternative Break program through training, outreach, and coordination of club logistics. 2014-15 will be a year of transition with Leadership Board members laying the ground work for future boards to assume more responsibility in the implementation of the Alternative Break program.
Leadership Board Application 2014-2015
Interested in learning more about the responsibilities of a Site Leader or Leadership Board?
Attend our information sessions:
Friday, March 14th at 12PM │ Lightsey 203
Wednesday, March 19th at 5pm │ Lightsey 203
Looking for service opportunities? Want to meet and dialogue with like-minded individuals? Spring Into Action this March and April! Spots will fill quickly so email to register today!
There are a few events community events coming up that we want to highlight.
Kids Fair is in need of volunteers from 9:00am-1:00pm or 12:30 pm-4:30pm
Please contact the office in Lightsey 203 or email [email protected] for more information or to sign up.