College can be an excellent opportunity to develop skills and knowledge outside of the classroom. By committing to community service during college, students have the opportunity to give their time and skills to local and regional organizations and to receive professional experience, new perspectives, experience working with diverse populations, an awareness of community issues, and the beginnings of a professional network. Career Services provides opportunities through Students in Service, a scholarship program, and Students Offering Service volunteering group.
114 Showalter Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
Volunteering isn't charity: it is a mutually-beneficial exchange of ideas, skills, and experiences.
Find out more about volunteering, your education, and career development and expand your education beyond the classroom!
Students Offering Service
SOS connects you with meaningful volunteer opportunities. Addressing real community problems and issues greatly enhances your personal and career development. Check EagleAXIS for current one-time and ongoing volunteer opportunities by searching under "jobs."
You can also make an appointment for one-on-one advising with a career advisor who specializes in Community Engagement connections. Individuals and groups, such as Greek or residential life communities, can contact Career Services at 509-359-6365 to be connected with this advisor.