Serving the community is an important component of the student experience at Seminole State College. Students can find service opportunities at each of the Seminole State campuses. Events are organized both at a collegewide level and as campus-specific projects. Look at the schedules below to find events scheduled for your campus.
Are you interested in organizing service events at Seminole State College? Do you have a passion for volunteer work? Do you want to develop your leadership skills while making a difference in your community?
Then join the Seminole State Volunteers Leadership Team. We are always looking for dedicated individuals willing to develop themselves by helping out in the community.
If you're interested in being part of the group that organizes the events or if all you want to do is help out, contact the Seminole State Volunteers Leadership Team adviser at your campus:
Service fairs are organized at each Seminole State campus at the beginning of the Fall Term. The fairs represent a great opportunity for student to learn about different service opportunities across Seminole County and in Central Florida in general.
Volunteer Interest Meetings will be held at each campus at the beginning of each month during the Fall and Spring terms. The purpose of these meetings is to provide students with a schedule of events to which they can come and get firsthand information regarding service events. At these meetings, students can also bring up ideas regarding new service projects for which they would like to volunteer. Come back and visit this page later on for updated information regarding dates and times, or join the Volunteers Information Network by completing the Volunteers' Interest Form located at the bottom of this page.
During the Fall and Spring terms, the Office of Student Life sponsors Service Days designed to give students the opportunity to volunteer and serve while helping to build a sense of community at Seminole State. Service Days allow students a chance to network with their peers and with local and national service agencies. Students can find a schedule of all service events on the table below, and if they are interested in being part of the Volunteers Information Network, they can complete the Volunteers' Interest Form, located at the bottom of this page.
Throughout the year, Seminole State Student Life sponsors theme months and events during which Seminole State students are encouraged to support a worthy national or local cause or agency. Some example themes include clothing drives, food drives, AIDS and breast cancer awareness drives, and so on. Students interested in getting information about these or any other volunteer events can complete the Volunteers' Interest Form, located at the bottom of this page.
Due to the constant need around the state for qualified blood donors, Seminole State College hosts several blood drives each semester. Below are dates for upcoming blood drives at Seminole State. Check this page for the latest dates, as well as up-to-date locations and times during which blood drives will take place.
Be sure to check back later for an updated list of events.
|Mon. Sept. 12||Volunteer Interest Meeting||C-110A||12:30 p.m.|
|Sat. Sept. 17||Environmental Awareness Project: SERV Environmental Clean Up @ Lake Monroe
Join us and learn about the negative impact of pollution on our environment while taking part on the “Clean Lake Monroe” project. Transportation will be provided, but you must sign up to attend. For more information, or to sign up, call 407.708.2678 or e-mail Cate Kandle.
|Sanford, FL||8:30 a.m.|
|Sat. Sept. 24||Human Rights/Immigration Project: Hope CommUnity Center US Citizen Workshop and Tutoring Day
Join us and learn more about immigration issues by helping migrant workers study for the US Citizen exam. Transportation will be provided, but you must sign up to attend. For more information, or to sign up, call 407.708.2678 or e-mail Hector Urbina
|Apopka, FL||8:30 a.m.|
|Tue. Sept. 27||Education Project: Harbor House After School Program
Join us and learn about education issues while helping tutor young children. Transportation will be provided, but you must sign up to attend. For more information, or to sign up, call 407.708.2678 or e-mail Caleb Hylton.
|Sanford, FL||2 p.m.|
|Mon. Oct. 3||Volunteer Interest Meeting||C-110A||12:30 p.m.|
|Wed. Oct. 19||Civic/Political Advocacy Project: Harbor House of Florida Purple Door Domestic Violence Awareness
Join us and lean about the legislative issues related to domestic violence. Transportation will be provided, but you must sign up to attend. For more information, or to sign up, call 407.708.2678 or e-mail Rosie Zacarias.
|Orlando, FL||8:30 a.m.|
|Mon. Nov. 7||Volunteer Interest Meeting||C-110A||12:30 p.m.|
If you would like more information about volunteering at Seminole State, just complete this information form or attend one of the volunteer interest meeting listed at the top of this page.