The Volunteer & Community Service Center (VCSC) encourages advocacy, service, and learning on the Lawrence campus, connecting Lawrentians to needs in the surrounding community, creating an environment of mutual learning and growth, while providing service to local organizations and individuals. Working collaboratively with the community, we aim to create engaged citizens by building relationships, establishing partnerships, and providing meaningful service.

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VITAL Tutors Needed!

Need some volunteer hours?  Do you like working with kids?  Want to help a kid get through school?  Sign up to be a VITAL tutor!  Take an hour out of your week to meet with a student and help with their school work.  You get to decide which subject you’re most comfortable tutoring, and which age group you want to help out.  Perks include: Getting to know a great kid, hours of service on your resume, and maybe even some free food and good times. 

Contact Us

Hours: 8 AM-5 PM Monday-Friday

Location: 2nd floor of Raymond House (next to Kohler Hall) with its own private entrance in the back of the building.

Phone: 920-832-6644 (x6644 on campus)

Email: volunteer.center@lawrence.edu

Fast Facts

2013-14 Volunteer Activities for the Lawrence Community

12,420 hours served

785 volunteer participants

71 student organizations providing service

144 community agencies serviced

Top 5 Reasons to Like our Facebook Page!

1. You get to see all of the volunteer opportunities and social justice events we put on for the community. Plus, if you click attend, you get reminders the day of the event so you never forget!
2. You get to tag yourself and your friends in pictures from our events....

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