Published: Aug. 16, 2023

With Fall rapidly approaching there are many opportunities to get involved welcoming students and their families to campus. Below are two groups soliciting volunteers for multiple duties and shifts that can accommodate all activity levels. 

CU Environmental Center

The CU Environmental Center is recruiting volunteers to help students and their families moving into the residence hall recycle their waste properly. Volunteers will be stationed by the cardboard dumpsters at large residence halls to assist students and welcome them to CU Boulder, home of the nation's first collegiate recycling program. In addition to helping Facilities Management crews collect recycling easier by keeping dumpsters and bins organized, volunteers play an important role in fostering a culture of sustainability in the class of 2027. 

Sign up for a shift with the Environmental Center using your identikey in this specific GivePulse instance. Volunteers will receive a free meal card to be used at any of CU's dining halls.

Volunteer Resource Center

Help make Fall Welcome a success by volunteering alongside other CU Boulder community members this August. Volunteers are needed to help kick off the new academic year by welcoming both new and returning students. Campus move-in shifts are still in need of 125 volunteers, primarily late in the week. Key signature events that still need volunteers include: Neighborhood Block Parties, Spirit Night, and the Welcome Fest Concert. 

Sign up for a shift with the Volunteer Resource Center using your idenitkey in the GivePulse platform. Volunteers will receive a free t-shirt and other CU swag.