The LMC Volunteer Service Program is a campus-based volunteer service center matching volunteers’ interests with campus and community-based needs. Students, faculty, administrators and staff who wish to volunteer are “plugged in” to help meet needs through the LMC Volunteer Service program’s coordination with numerous non-profit agencies and organizations in the community. The college goal in creating a volunteer service program is to create a culture of service throughout the college community. Many of the volunteer opportunities are coordinated in partnership with the Volunteer Center of Southwest Michigan which serves Berrien, Cass, and Van Buren Counties.
What are the types of available volunteer service opportunities?
- Organize or support community volunteer service projects
- Serve on a campus special volunteer events committee
- Participate in campus beautification projects
- Help build a Habitat for Humanity house
- Assist in cleaning a beach
- Participate in the Adopt-A-Highway program
- Give a blood donation to help save lives
- Tutor an at-risk child who needs one-on-one help
What kind of commitment must I make?
The time commitment for each opportunity will vary. Participants will be presentd with volunteer service opportunities ranging from short 2-3 hour experiences to projects as long as a semester.
Find out more about the Volunteer Service Program.
Can you help me find volunteers for my initiatives?
For more information about getting an opportunity posted on the LMC Volunteer Service Program website, email Pam McVay or call (269) 927-8150.
Are you an agency looking to post volunteer opportunities? If so, please contact the Volunteer Center of Southwest Michigan at either the St. Joseph office at (269) 983-0912, or the Niles office at (269) 683-5464 or email email@example.com.