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Volunteerism & Civic Engagement
Gonzo Gives Back Day of Service
All student, staff and faculty are welcome to join us for large day of service on March 12th from 9am-1pm. This spring service days allow our community partners to have some help getting ready for Spring. There will be free donuts and T-shirts for all who attend. Please register on Engage before March 8th. CLICK HERE to see what community partners we will be working with!
- Strengthen Community
By being involved in programming and through using resources provided by this office, students at S&T will develop a stronger understanding of community, and how their actions impact their community on a personal, local, national and international level.
- Build Bridges
Through engaging with this office students will work with people, organizations, and communities that will challenge preconceived notions which will foster a greater a sense of understanding between different groups.
- Empower Individuals
Students who participate in activities and actively seek out relationships with community partners will learn skills that empower them to be effective change makers in communities after S&T.
- Create Solutions
Those who involve themselves with the Office of Volunteerism and Involvement will be prepared to identify and creatively solve problems that affect the greater community.
To effect positive change in the greater community and to teach students how to make impactful choices in their future it is important that connections are built in the Rolla community. Our community partners are a valuable asset to S&T, as they provide our students with the majority of the service opportunities that are participated in each year. Follow the Community Partners link here to learn more about those organizations that support service in the Rolla community.