Preparing for a Life of Service to Others
The Office of Community Service and Volunteerism directly supports the College's mission "to prepare students for a life of service to others" by (1) providing LVC students with incentives for service and (2) organizing opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to serve together.
Certainly, service is its own reward. Additionally, LVC provides encouragement by granting three community service awards-bronze, silver, and gold-which may be included in one's personal profile on LVC's Job Center. Let prospective employers know that you are someone who cares about the community!
Should you need help planning a community service project, feel free to contact me at email@example.com or (717) 867-6135.
Rev. Paul M. Fullmer, Ph.D.
Director of Community Service and Volunteerism
Finding Opportunities for Community Service at LVC
Detailed information regarding upcoming events is available via our Facebook page under LVC.
Visit https://www.facebook.com/about/groups/schools, search for Lebanon Valley College, and add yourself to the school. (An lvc.edu email is required to register.) Then, join the groups "Community Service" and "Volunteerism" (for on-going opportunities) within the school organizations there. (Look for the paintbrush logo.)
Clicking on the "Events" tab within the group will reveal a chronological list of service opportunities with some additional detail.
LVC NAMED TO THE US PRESIDENT'S HIGHER EDUCATION COMMUNITY SERVICE HONOR ROLL
23,811 Service Hours Reported in 2013-2014
23,482 Service Hours Reported in 2012-2013
20,039 Service Hours Reported in 2011-2012
17,877 Service Hours Reported in 2010-2011
15,683 Service Hours Reported in 2009-2010
13,334 Service Hours Reported in 2008-2009
Annual Service Opportunities include:
Orientation Service Project
Lebanon County Volunteer Fair
Make a Difference Day
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
Spring Break Service Trips
American Cancer Society Relay for Life
United Way Day of Caring