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Volunteer Service Program
The McDonough Center’s Office of Civic Engagement coordinates the Volunteer Service Programs at Marietta College. We work with campus organizations to identify service opportunities for all MC students in the Marietta community.
In the fall, the Volunteer Service Program sponsors "Make a Difference Day," a national day of service sponsored by USA Today Weekend and the Paul Newman Foundation. First-year and second-year students in the McDonough Leadership Program plan and implement MADD projects in the community as part of a service-learning activity in LEAD 101 (Foundations of Leadership) and LEAD 240 (Leadership Practicum II). Aside from contributing to the community, the leadership students gain valuable skills in planning and implementing their MADD projects.
In the spring, the Volunteer Service Program sponsors the “Community Service Day,” which is designed to rally the community around special service sites.
Interested students and faculty should contact Arielle Jennings, the Director of Experiential Education and Service-Learning, for more information.
Interested in volunteering? Please visit the Volunteer Service Program.
Click HERE to see the service sites that the Office of Civic Engagement uses to encourage students to volunteer in the community.