Looking for a way to get involved? Here are some opportunities provided by USI
The Volunteer USI Program seeks volunteers who want to share their time and talent to support one of USI’s greatest outreach programs. Individuals or groups can volunteer either on campus or in the Evansville community. More than 4,730 volunteers have contributed more than 938,575 hours of service through this program since its beginning I 1996.
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Another way to get involved is through student organizations. They are a great way to meet new people, get the most out of your experience at USI and make friendships that last a lifetime. There are many different student organizations at USI that appeal to many different interests.
To see what organization is for you, visit:
Service Learning courses are a way to connect to the community. They incorporate community projects into courses by supplementing classroom instruction with “real world” experience, and also contributing something of value to the community. USI offers more than 50 Service Learning courses each year.
To check out the list of courses, visit:
Internships are a great way to gain knowledge, build your resume and get hands-on experience in the workforce. The USI Career Service and Placement Office assists students in seeking and preparing for internship opportunities in a variety of fields. For information, stop by the office in the Orr Center, room 074 or call 464-1865.
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Additional internship opportunities may be available. Students are encouraged to meet with a Career Services and Placement professional to discuss the process of searching for an internship and possibly earning credit.
Contact each of the offices listed on the web sites to find out more about their services.
There are many other ways that service learning can help you as a student. The memories it can bring and the benefits you gain are valuable throughout life.