Change Corps is a student leadership team that organizes and runs service projects for Linfield College students. This group of highly motivated students have extensive experience in community service and wish to lead their peers in service. Responsibilities include planning Days of Service, managing Alternative Spring Break, organizing ongoing volunteer opportunities, and serving as a liaison with community partners.
Eligible students are sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Compensation varies by position and is either a federal/campus work study or a stipend. The time committment is one school year for 4-10 hours a week. Applications for Change Corps are available in the spring semester.
ASB assistant leaders should be students passionate and interested in exploring a social or environmental issues, leading peers in a week of service, and raising money for the program. Eligible students are freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Assistan leaders will receive a stipend for their time. Applications will be availabe during mid-late September and has a time committment from October - April.
Alternative Spring Break is a week-long service-learning immersion program. Participants work with a community partner to explore a relevant social or environmental issue and serve the community for one week. Each year, 2-3 programs are run that address poverty, youth, and environmental justice issues. Change Corps Service Coordinators lead each program. Assistant Leaders help plan pre-departure team meetings, fundraisers, and help coordinate the week of service.
Seeking: Students who want to lead their peers on a day of service
Eligible: Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors
Time Committment: 1 hour of training + day of service
How do I sign up? Contact email@example.com to volunteer.
Project Leaders volunteer to help lead their peers in a day of service project. Leaders attend a short training a week before the event. On the day of the event, they sign-in all their volunteers, help transport them to the site (driver certification a plus, but not required), introduce them to the organization, and serve alongside them. After the service, project leaders lead a short reflection and make sure everyone gets back to campus safely. Project Leaders are needed for Make a Difference Day, Martin Luther King Jr Day of Service, and Global Youth Service Day.
Make a positive impact in your community!
The RISE Mentoring Program is now accepting applications from Linfield students to serve as mentors for the 2012-2013 school year. Mentees are hand picked by the counselors at McMinnville middle schools and meet with mentors for one hour each week. Each student has a different reason for needing a mentor, but the support and affection from a positive role model makes a huge difference in their lives.
Applications are available in Riley 301 or are available for download.
For more information contact Kit Crane, the RISE Mentoring Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The office is always seeking students who are interested in a specific project that will help community service & engagement and wish to gain internship credit. Credit can be given by a specific department or through a general internship class.
Some examples of possible internship projects:
Or, anything you are passionate about and have an expertise in. Contact email@example.com to set up an appointment to discuss a possible internship.
Student Leadership Conference, sponsored by Oregon Campus Compact.