Service Opportunities

Community Challenges are one-time service-learning opportunities that are organized for students in conjunction with local non-profit organizations. The community service-learning experiences range from 2 to 4 hours in length and are offered at a variety of times throughout the semester. Students sign up for an event that fits into their schedule.  Current Community Challenges include:

 Register here for Community Challenges

Additional Opportunities are those one-time events such as an organization’s fundraising event or special activity where an organization needs additional people to assist in providing for a successful event.  Additionally, throughout the academic year, there are several campus-wide community service events.  Some simply raise awareness about community unmet needs, and others are actual service projects.  Past Additional Opportunities have included:

  • The Big Event (campus-wide day of service in April, organized by ASUN)
  • Safe Quarters (Friendship Home’s annual fundraising campaign)
  • Huskers Helping the Homeless (Matt Talbot Fundraiser)
  • Service-Learning Fair (informational fair involving community partners)

 Click here for the most current listing of service opportunities

Student Consultations  Service-Learning Staff members are available to assist students in finding service opportunities that fit their needs and meets unmet community need.  Additionally, student staff members can assist groups in organizing, implementing and evaluating their community service-learning activities and/or projects.  Students may ask questions about community service-learning opportunities by phone, e-mail, or walk-in.