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Apply to Serve on GW’s Public Service Grant Commission

Calling GW student service leaders…do you want to:  Fund over $20,000 in innovative service ideas by GW students?  Develop philanthropic and grant-making skills? Contribute to the agenda for GW entrepreneurial community service through social innovation? If so, GW’s Public Service Grant Commission wants you!

Free Conference & Lobby Day for Food Security

Bread for the World, an anti-hunger organization based in Washington, D.C. with regional organizers across the U.S, will host its annual Lobby Day conference on Tuesday, June 9. It consists of a policy briefing by Bread for the World’s Government Relations team, and then lobby visits with your members of Congress. It’s great experience for […]

Volunteer with Living Classrooms

On Saturday, April 25th, Living Classrooms Foundation will host the annual Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival on Kingman Island in Washington, DC. This great local music festival drew a crowd of more than 10,000 people last year – and we are expecting an even bigger turnout this year! This means we need a HUGE […]

Help the Tberg School with Accreditation

The Trachtenberg School will be hosting three external site visitors March 31-April 2 as part of our re-accreditation process. We need your help.  The NASPAA site visitors would like to meet with current students to hear about their experiences at the Trachtenberg School on Wednesday, April 1 at 5p.m. in the Marvin Center rooms 402-404. […]

Volunteer Opportunity: DC Juvenile Jail

You are cordially invited  to the DC Juvenile Jail as a Justice for Juniors Volunteer tutor.  Tutorials begin on Mondays, 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. as of  the first week of February through April 20th at the jail.  Or, you could tutor juveniles on probation at Judiciary Square, DC on Tuesdays between 5:00 p.m. to […]

Call for volunteers: Mapping the Fourth Sector

The Federal Reserve Board, the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, the Urban Institute, and the B Team are co-hosting a day-long event on the emerging “fourth sector” on Thursday, January 15, from 8am-6:30pm in the Marvin Center at GW. This new sector represents the intersection of the public, private and nonprofit sectors.

Opportunity Leaders Program

Opportunity Nation is looking for volunteers to serve as Opportunity Leaders, and be part of an effort to expand economic mobility for young Americans.  Opportunity leaders will take part in a national summit on the state of opportunity in America, focused on solutions to connect young people to educational and career paths, on February 25th […]

Low-Income Tax Prep Volunteer Opportunity

Students are invited to volunteer with the DC Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Campaign, which helps low-income individuals and families file their taxes. Volunteer opportunities with the campaign include client coordinator, tax preparer, SNAP/Food Stamp outreach specialist, greeters, and interpreters. You can learn more about these volunteer positions at an information session with the campaign’s […]

DC Juvenile Jail Volunteer Tutors Needed

Students are invited to volunteer as tutors at the DC Juvenile Jail on a Monday or Wednesday evening, 6:00 p.m to 7:30 p.m.; or to tutor juvenile shelter residents at the GW Marvin Center, 10:00 a.m. to noon on Sundays. Transportation is provided to and from the juvenile jail. The Project is interfaith and is […]

The Taproot Foundation Seeking Students for Pro Bono Consultant Corps

The Taproot Foundation is gauging interest for a new potential project for students to engage in the pro bono movement and help nonprofits nationwide! The “Pro Bono Consultant Corps,” similar to Teach for America or AmeriCorps, will train fellows and build nonprofit capacity to use pro bono talent by recruiting, training and placing talented consultants […]