"As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands: one for helping yourself, the other for helping others." -- Audrey Hepburn
Volunteering with the Department of Diversity Initiatives is a great way to get involved on campus. We offer a variety of volunteer opportunities to suit your interests and schedule, and it's easy to get started! Just fill out the application form below or stop by the Women's Center or Interfaith Center during office hours and fill out a paper application. Our volunteer coordinator will contact you to answer any questions you might have and schedule you for volunteer orientation.
General Volunteer Duties include:
- Marketing and road signs
- Tabling and campus outreach
- Documenting and maintaining departmental history
- Event assistance
- Friday Lounge facilitation
- Office upkeep
- Peer education
- . . .and more!
Unpaid internship opportunities are also available. Volunteering as an unpaid intern is a great way to build your resume and acquire marketable skills for post-graduation opportunities. If you have been directed to us for an academic internship to earn course credit, contact our office to schedule a meeting to discuss your internship requirements.
DDI Volunteer Application
Getting started with DDI is easy! Simply fill out the above form and our volunteer coordinator will contact you via email to set up an orientation. This is a mandatory 1-hour introductory session. Once you have completed the orientation, you will be able to start volunteering with our office and its various areas. Please note that volunteers interested in the Victim Advocacy program will have to complete a separate training held in the summer semester.