Volunteering in Campus Life
Students volunteer and work throughout Campus Life, helping us stay in step with the needs and interests of the AU Community. The following list provides venues where you can volunteer in Campus Life. For employment opportunities, please visit AU STUDENT EMPLOYMENT CENTER.
Academic Support and Access Center
243 Mary Graydon Center
Note takers (in specific classes) in unpaid positions, and peer tutors, SI leaders and exam proctors are always needed in paid positions.
Center for Community Engagement & Service
273 Mary Graydon Center
Stop by and and browse the more than 500 volunteer opportunities in the DC Metro Area. Learn about how to connect with the Alternative Break program, connecting to issues of social justice both domestically and internationally. Explore the DC Reads program, an opportunity to volunteer or earn your Federal Work Study Award through literacy work in the District. Check out the Community Service-Learning Program where you can earn an additional academic credit through 40 hours of service connected to one of your courses. You can also gain guidance on how to plan a day of service for your club or residence hall, learn about the Eagle Endowment service grants or sign up to lead the Freshman Service Experience.
International Student & Scholar Services
410 Butler Pavilion
Volunteers are needed as orientation assistants to plan programs and activities and to assist international students in their transition into the AU community.
Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution Services
408 Butler Pavilion
Students may volunteer as mediators and/or as members of Conduct Council. Mediation volunteers must attend a 24-hour training and will receive a certificate of completion. Volunteers must apply to join the Conduct Council, and those and those chosen are required to participate in training. If you can strike a balance between the interests of the individual and the community, please inquire!
Kay Spiritual Life Center
The Kay Spiritual Life Center provides opportunities for worship, meditation, prayer, study, and social engagement. Volunteers are often needed to help set up for religious programming, holy days, and special events. There are also opportunities to perform office work for Kay's many faith communities.
Center for Diversity and Inclusion
201 and 202 Mary Graydon Center
Come browse the resource library, learn about ethnic and cultural clubs at AU, or volunteer to be a peer mentor for new AU students, a mentor/tutor for area middle school students (spring/summer recruitment), or talk about AU with prospective students and their parents (academic year recruitment).
271 Mary Graydon Center
Stop by to learn about the over 200 clubs and organizations that we advise and support or visit our student group listing site.