Support the Day of Caring
Saturday October 1 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM
A Special Call for More Volunteers
The Day of Caring is a large-scale community clean-up event sponsored by the United Way of Central and Northeastern CT. Volunteers from Eastern and UConn will spread out across the region to rake, plant, create literacy kits for children, sort school supplies which have been donated and much more. T-shirts and lunch will be provided. All Eastern volunteers will meet at the Clock Tower at 8:30am.
Students should register on eWeb at the link below. Thank you for caring about our community!
Students should register on eWeb. However, there are registration steps listed on our website.
Community Programs occur on a weekly basis and are developed based upon the need of the organization and its clients. Volunteers are expected to commit to specific times and days and engage consistently throughout the semester.
- Browse Community Programs
- Contact staff for assistance with program selection
- Service-Learning/Community Based Courses
- Leadership Opportunities with Community Programs
Special events are one-time events created around a specific issue or need in the community. There are many opportunities throughout the year to participate in a special event. Volunteers must pre-register on eweb.
STUDENT VOLUNTEER GUIDE AVAILABLE
Volunteering has an invaluable impact on local and global communities. In 2013, 62.6 million Americans contributed 7.7 billion hours of volunteer service, worth $173 billion. For college students preparing to enter the workforce, volunteering offers not only a community benefit but a character-building and networking opportunity as well.
To provide a resource for students interested in volunteering we are sharing a valuable guide with tips and resources from OnlineSchools in Seattle. It will help you plan and prepare to make the most of this great opportunity to merge learning and personal development with community service. Remember CCE works with 35 area partner organizations and schools, so there are many ways you can connect in our region. Contact us to learn how you can join our family!
The link for the guide Student Volunteer Guide