Volunteering: Getting involved means helping outBy Colleen Toomey
WWU University Communications
Do your students want to become a bigger part of campus life? Volunteering on campus and in the Bellingham community is one of the best opportunities students can pursue outside of the classroom. Volunteer work provides positive community development, personal growth and new skill sets. Even better, volunteering is a sound way to make new friendships with like-minded students and community members.
The opportunities are numerous, from hosting a show at our campus radio station KUGS, to mentoring fifth-grade students in our Compass 2 Campus program to planning dance parties in the dorms.
Take a peek at the just a few of the great volunteer organizations on campus: