The Office of Community-Based Learning and Research is available to help students identify which organizations would work best for the student’s interests and schedule, and provide resources for the student to engage in service.
Click here be added to our CBLR monthly newsletter, which posts short-and long-term volunteer opportunities, events, internships and other news related to community engagement. If you are looking for an on-going service opportunity, you can browse through the list of community organizations.
There are multiple ways for you to get connected to volunteer opportunities:
Check out the Public Service Opportunity Bulletin (maintained by the Carlson Center at UW Seattle) for a current list of volunteer, internship, and job postings!
Like our Facebook page. We frequently post current volunteer positions to the page.
Need some help? Schedule a meeting to chat with a CBLR staff member about your interests, availability, and goals by emailing us at CBLR@uwb.edu
Check out the following Community Resources for connecting to short- and long-term volunteer opportunities:
Get connected to activist organizations and events in Seattle and King County by visiting www.seattleactivism.org.
Seattle One Brick "provides support to local non-profit and community organizations by creating a unique, social and flexible volunteer environment for those interested in making a concrete difference in the community. We enable people to get involved, have an impact and have fun, without the requirements of individual long-term commitments."
Volunteer Match helps you find volunteer opportunities based on location, your skills and availability, and your interests.
United Way of King County and United Way of Snohomish County allow you to search for volunteer opportunities by topic, location, project type, etc.
Seattle Works offers one-time volunteer projects, training in board service and managing volunteer projects, opportunities to build leadership skills, and more!
Idealist.org connects you with jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities that are all oriented toward building a world "where all people can live free and dignified lives."