Volunteer activities help you learn discipline, responsibility, teamwork, and appreciation for the needs of others at school and in the wider community. These kinds of experiences not only make valuable contributions to society, but also help you identify your own career interests. Many colleges view volunteer work for the community as a valuable experience that improves a student’s qualifications for enrollment.
A large number of the student volunteer efforts at MWCC are coordinated by the MWCC Office of Student Life; and you are also welcome to browse additional volunteer opportunities gathered by the MWCC Center for Civic Learning
Once you have found the volunteer service opportunity that interests you, consider reporting and verifying your volunteer service via NobleHour to help you develop a resume of your volunteer contributions.you are also welcome to browse additional volunteer opportunities gathered by the MWCC Center for Civic Learning and Community Engagement.
Deadline extended for reporting 2013-2014 MWCC-affiliated volunteerism
The deadline for reporting 2013-2014 volunteerism affiliated with MWCC has been extended to Tuesday, December 16, 2014. All volunteerism timesheets must be submitted and approved by a club advisor or program administrator by that date in order for the volunteerism to be noted on the student’s transcript and to accrue toward the student’s possible eligibility for the MWCC Service Learning and Volunteerism Recognition Program.
Instructions for reporting your MWCC-affiliated volunteerism via NobleHour can be found here.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about service learning and volunteerism can be found here.