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Service-Learning & Volunteer Programs


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Service-Learning & Volunteer Programs

Office Location:
715 S. New St.
Commonwealth Hall, Lower Level
Enter at Student Health Services
West Chester, PA 19383

Phone: 610-436-3379
Fax: 610-430-5600

Announcements and Upcoming Events

OUTSTANDING PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD Congratulations to Bianca Maggio, this year's recipient!  Bianca demonstrates a strong desire to serve her community and regularly participates in public service opportunities.  Bianca worked with non-profit organizations in Chester County through her affiliation with the Food Recovery Network.  Humble, generous, and selflessness, words used to describe Bianca as she has made an impact on the organizations she is involved with , furthering their work in the community by collaborating with other local service organizations. Bianca will receive a scholarship from the WCU Foundation.  Way to go Bianca!!

THE QUESTION IS…. WHY VOLUNTEER? - When asked this question of many WCU student volunteers, this is what they shared.. “You step outside of yourself where your helping others and it’s not all about you.”  “You get to meet other students and make new friends.” “You learn more about the community around you.”  “You can take a break from your stressful day and mix it up a bit by serving others”.  So now, the question is WHY NOT?  Stop by our office for more information or assistance in finding a volunteer opportunity that’s right for you! 

WCU Resource Pantry Launches an Amazon Wish List! - Now you can donate to the WCU Resource Pantry from the comfort of your home by shopping on our new Amazon Wish List. Click here to access the wish list and see what the Resource Pantry needs most to stock our shelves. Thank you for your support!

Coatesville Kids to College is looking for one or two summer interns to be a part of a six week camp that will give local kids a great experience they'll always remember!  Training is the week of June 17th.  Camp begins June 24th and ends August 1st. (no camp on July 4th).  Camp days are from 8:30am-3:30pm.  Contact Keith as soon as possible to get in on this awesome opportunity!

BECOME A SITE LEADER!!! The America Reads Youth Mentoring Program is looking for two Site Leaders for two different locations.  Help children in our area to learn, grown and strive to be their greatest, all while providing them with a stable and meaningful relationship!  For more information, go to





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