The Office of Servant Leadership
Service Event Planning Guide for Students, Faculty and Staff
If you are planning a service event through CCSJ you must fill out the Pre-Service Event Planning Form and return to the service coordinator (room 407)
Visit these websites for free Volunteer Resources
Did you know that CCSJ is an Indiana Campus Compact (ICC) member campus? Indiana Campus Compact is a state-wide higher education association dedicated solely to campus-based civic engagement. Here you can find resources, events, and grant opportunities for students, faculty, and staff members.
For more questions about CCSJ’s membership with ICC please contact CCSJ’s Service Coordinator.
Whether it is the environment, animals, or people that are your passion, there are plenty of organizations in need, and opportunities to volunteer. There are many benefits to volunteering as well. Ultimately you are helping others, but through serving others you can also learn and grow from your service experiences as well. Check out some great benefits to volunteering at this website: http://www.worldvolunteerweb.org/resources/how-to-guides/volunteer/doc/benefits-of-volunteering.html
Philanthropy has been around for a long time. Imagine the impact that has been made from service throughout history. To learn more about the history of volunteerism in America visit http://charity.lovetoknow.com/History_of_Volunteerism_in_America.
According to the Volunteering in America Web site, 62.8 million American adults volunteered almost 8.1 billion hours in local and national organizations in 2010. That’s just in 2010. If you would like more statistics and info on volunteering in America visit:
Servant Leadership Resources
Coordinator of Internships and Experiential Learning