Discover the many opportunities to get involved in service and civic engagement on campus and beyond.
- Social Media- Center for Civic Engagement Twitter page or Center for Civic Engagement Facebook page
- Civic Engagement Advocates- student leaders who can offer up great ideas and suggestions and be there to help along the way.
- Center for Civic Engagement staff- stop by SLC 304 anytime
- Visit the Leadership Suites in the Student Leadership Center to join us with existing student initiatives in the community.
- Discover regional volunteer opportunities posted on Southern Tier Regional Volunteer Center site or at Volunteer Center for Western New York.
- Visit PioneerLink for upcoming events
- Volunteer Opportunities on Joblink
Below are some other ideas to show leadership and take responsibility for making your community a better place.
- Civic Engagement Advocates organize outreach efforts, events, and awareness campaigns to connect students, faculty, and staff to civic engagement opportunities on campus and in the community, including service-learning courses, community service events, food drives, fundraisers, public rallies, and much more.
- Join your Hall Council or the Campus Round Table- Lead where you live by getting involved in your Residence Hall Council or the community-wide Campus Round Table (CRT). Contribute to programming that happens right in your building.
- Serve on Student Senate - Make your voice heard by attending campus-wide Student Senate meetings, or serve as a representative for your Residence Hall or student organization.
- Join the Alfred Programming Board (APB)- Actively work to bring entertainment such as concerts, comedians, game shows, trips and travel activities, scholastic bowl, poetry slams, talent shows, and just about any activity you could ask for to campus.
- Join the Commuter Council- Enhance the commuter student experience and advocate for commuter student rights. The Council provides feedback to the college, plans activities, and solves challenges. Membership includes students of all ages.
- Start a student organization - Bring your idea to life by rallying students to organize around a common interest or cause.
- Go Greek - Be a leader in the classroom, in your community, and within an established brotherhood or sisterhood by being part of a Greek organization.