Peace Corps Catalogs:
To be competitive for Peace Corps service we recommend applicants:
|Peace Corps||The Peace Corps traces its roots and mission to 1960, when then Senator John F. Kennedy challenged students at the University of Michigan to serve their country in the cause of peace by living and working in developing countries. From that inspiration grew an agency of the federal government devoted to world peace and friendship.
|The Environmental Center||Volunteer opportunities that range from teaching environmental education in local schools to working on changing campus policies related to energy, alternative transportation, and more. Call 303.492.8308, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Volunteer Resource Center||The VRC connects volunteers with non-profit agencies and provides information on national and international programs. The VRC's Service Days/Breaks program allows students to help the community through one-time service projects. Stop by UMC 356, or call 303-735-2315.
|Student Ambassadors||Help with all kinds of recruiting activities, including visit programs, campus tours, and information panels. If you're interested in becoming a student ambassador or a tour guide, stop by the Office of Admissions in Regent 125 or call 303-492-1250. If you're an engineering student, stop by ECAD 100, call 303-492-7674, or email at email@example.com.|
|INVST Community Studies Program||INVST Community Studies Program is a two-year experience that combines community service with classroom learning and comprehensive leadership skills training. INVST students engage in an interdisciplinary exploration of issues relevant to community leadership for social and environmental change. The INVST Program includes two month-long summer service-learning experiences, one domestic and one international. In INVST, students earn 16 academic credits, receive an AmeriCorps scholarship, gain extensive career development support, and enjoy personalized instruction. For more information, call 303-492-8045.
|The Women's Resource Center||
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|CU4K12||Provides information on CU's K-12 outreach programs. www.colorado.edu/cu4k12/.|
|CU Museum||Assist the CU museum in hosting exhibits and events. http://cumuseum.colorado.edu/|
|International English Center (IEC)||Gain experience in English as a Second Language (ESL) by working with people from a variety of cultures. The IEC is looking for individuals committed to helping members of the community whose native language is not English. http://www.colorado.edu/iec/|
|Science Discovery||Assist in teaching children in the sciences. http://www.colorado.edu/ScienceDiscovery/|
|GLBT Resource Center||There are two ways to volunteer at the GLBT Resource Center. First, project volunteers work in teams to complete assigned tasks and projects. Second, the Peer Mentor program is staffed by experienced students. Peer Mentors help mentees with the many challenges of coming out.
|Wardenburg COURAGE||Volunteers for the CU Rape and Gender Education Program (COURAGE) feel that we have a unique opportunity to raise awareness about rape, dating violence and sexual harassment on our campus. Call 303-492-4339, 303-492-2937|
|Habitat for Humanity||Help to build houses for the underprivileged. Email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Special Undergraduate Enrichment Programs||
A listing of special programs some of which involve service learning.
|Service Learning Center||Provides financial awards to students engaged in service and resources for development of service learning courses that integrate learning in the classroom and community. Many CU courses offer service learning opportunities such as the University Writing and Rhetoric Program (UWRP), Architecture, Kinesiology, and just about every other major field of study. http://outreach.colorado.edu/programs/details/id/186|
|Office of University Outreach, Continuing Education||Outreach is a program, administered through the Divison of Continuing Education, whose purpose is to extend the university's "expertise for the direct benefit of Colorado communities and other external audiences." The program provides grant funds for faculty sponsored outreach programs which serve community needs. Outreach also assists faculty in outreach efforts, helps communities access university resources and provides professional development for Colorado's K-12 teachers. For more information, visit http://outreach.colorado.edu/|
|Office of Community Affairs||The Office of Community Affairs is committed to partnership between the Boulder campus and Colorado communities. We integrate the university’s education, research and service mission with the goals and needs of the communities we serve. CU in the Community partnerships feature a diverse, interdisciplinary range of outreach programs from the Boulder campus, many of which are listed on the CU4K12 web site. For more information, visit http://www.colorado.edu/CommunityRelations/index.html|
|SORCE||The Student Outreach Retention Center for Equity is dedicated to providing strategies to prospective college students so that they develop an action plan that results in a degree in higher education.