Service Mission Statement

We develop a sense of perspective, gratitude, and commitment to empowering our communities and ourselves by intentionally working with those around us. Connecting curiosity with action teaches us about how we uniquely relate to the world so we can grow in our discomfort. We will foster this sense of social responsibility and awareness by broadening PLCers’ ability to engage with their community through relevant and impactful experiences.


Service Coordinators 2022-23


Service Partners 2022-23

  • Colorado Young Leaders

  • The Buffalo Bicycle Classic 

  • Boulderthon

  • Volunteer Resource Center

  • PB N’ Luvin through Wesley Fellowship


Service Events 2022-23

  • Buffalo Bicycle Classic - September 10th & 11th 2022

Join PLCers to help run the Little Buff Family Race at the Buffalo Bicycle Classic. Volunteers’ roles will vary from setting the course, leading the race, helping at aid stations, and more! 

  • Boulderthon - October 7th through 9th 2022

Join PLCers at Boulderthon to help distribute race packages(Friday), coordinate the 5k run(Saturday), or help at various locations during the marathon(Sunday). 

  • Chance for Change Pitch Night - October 12th 2022, 6:30-8:00, Rustandy 180

Pitch your idea for a service project for the chance to win up to $2000 dollars if selected. Sign up here.

  • Ralphie's Green Stampede - November 5th 2022

Join PLCers at Ralphie’s Green Stampede to help sort trash and make the football game zero waste with Colorado Young Leaders and Lead CO

  • Food Drive - November 7th through 11th 2022

Bring in food the week of the community dinner to donate to the Buff Pantry.

 

Signup for the PLC Now for signups and more information on the above events!


PLC Requirement

Each PLC scholar must provide 10 hours of service each year in the program, totaling 40 hours of meaningful, philanthropic service. There is no schedule by which the hours need to be completed - You can spread them out over the course of the academic year, or do them all at one event if needed.

  • Volunteer with one of PLC's service partners
  • Volunteer at an official PLC event (orientation, interviews, etc.)
  • Volunteer with another group on campus, in Boulder, in the Denver Metro area (in-person or virtually)

You must provide proof of your service to have it counted toward the requirement (signed off on hours by the supervisor).

Submit via the MyPLC app.