Stony Brook University Community Relations Stony Brook University Community Relations

Volunteering

Making a Difference in the Community

honor rollThe Corporation for National and Community Service has recognized Stony Brook University as a member of the President’s Higher Education Honor Roll for 2014 for Community Service, Economic Opportunity and Education. In addition, Stony Brook was awarded Honor Roll with Distinction for a new category: Interfaith Community Service.

Stony Brook continues to be applauded for providing opportunities for students, faculty and staff to be involved in sustained, lifelong community engagement. The University’s application, compiled by the Career Center, highlighted 9,550 students engaging in more than 111,000 hours of community service over the past year, making it clear that service is a major component of the University’s aims.
 
For more information on ways to get involved, please see the links below.

If you are looking for volunteers:

Contact Stony Brook University's Career Center

 

If you would like to be a volunteer:

There are several places on campus that can use your time and energy.

Career Center
http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/communityservice/students/get-involved.html

Stony Brook University Hospital
http://stonybrookmedicine.edu/volunteer

Child Care Center
http://www.stonybrook.edu/childcare/work-volunteer.shtml

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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