There are many ways for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends to get involved in the greater community. Below is a list of current community service opportunities in our region. If you are a community partner who would like to list a service opportunity, please email email@example.com.
North Shore Volunteer Hub
Want to make a difference in your community? The North Shore Volunteer Hub makes it easy to get started. Create a profile, fan organizations you like, and see what opportunities may be available for you to serve or partner with local organizations. This site was devised by North Shore United Way (NSUW). While opportunities on this site are reviewed by the NSUW before they are approved for posting, users are responsible for reviewing the opportunities on a case-by-case basis and should use caution and common sense before inquiring about any opportunity. Volunteer opportunities are not guaranteed, implied, or warranted in any way by Salem State University. Click here for more information.
Employees Responding as Volunteers
SERV (State Employees Responding as Volunteers) is an employee benefit which allows employees the opportunity to volunteer during regular work schedules up to one day per month at an approved Massachusetts non-profit organization. Click here for more information.
Salem Academy Charter School
Volunteer for the tutoring program at the Salem Academy Charter School. Additional information [Word doc].
Youth Get to the Point Day - April 10, 2014
North Shore CDC is hosting the 4th annual Youth Get to the Point Day, a day of service that engages community organizations throughout Salem and over 100 youth focused on creating a positive youth image in the neighborhod. Multiple community revitalization projects throughout the Salem Point neighborhood will be held from 3-5pm with a celebration occurring from 5:30-7pm. To get more involved or for more information, contact Christina Conti at 978.825.4016 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walk for HAWC - May 4, 2014
Join the Salem State University Walk for HAWC (Healing Abuse Working for Change) Team for the 21st anniversary walk. For more information or to join our team for this 5 mile WALK/RUN for domestic violence awareness, email email@example.com.
Salem CyberSpace - College Success Tutors
The College Success Program at Salem CyberSpace needs volunteers to help high school juniors prepare for the math and English SAT test. Volunteers must be familiar with the SAT test and be able to teach the content in either English or math. Staff will train volunteers in test taking strategies. Classes are once a week, 2 to 4 hours per class, and are flexible to meet the volunteer's schedule, although volunteers must be able to volunteer consistently, week to week, from February 1 through May 31. Contact Linda Saris, director, for more information or to express interest at firstname.lastname@example.org.