Volunteering

 

Freshmen Orientation Day of Service

On Monday, August 27, 2018–the day before the first day of classes–250 incoming Wesleyan Freshmen volunteered over 500 hours for 18 community organizations in the Freshmen Orientation Day of Service, in partnership with Volunteer Owensboro. Volunteers from Owensboro Christian Church graciously provided lunch for the students.

Wesleyan Freshmen volunteer at the Orientation Day of Service.
Wesleyan Freshmen volunteer at the Western Kentucky Botanical Gardens for the Freshmen Orientation Day of Service.

 

Freshmen serve hot meals for the Freshmen Orientation Day of Service.

Wesleyan Freshman gardening at the Western Kentucky Botanical Gardens for the Freshmen Orientation Day of Service.

 

Volunteering is an excellent opportunity to learn about our local Owensboro community. Through volunteering, you can discover your causes or issues you’re passionate about and build your resume. The Kentucky Wesleyan College community encourages giving back and a commitment to lifelong community engagement. The Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning maintains partnerships with more than 35 community organizations. Find one that interests you!

Need a placement? Check out our Partners page or contact Jay Helmer, 270-852-3299.

Also, check out Volunteer Owensboro.

Wesleyan Way Day of Service

Monday, November 26, 2018

 

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