Items collected during the Don’t Trash It! campaign are donated to Allied Churches, Habitat for Humanity, First Presbyterian Church, Hospice of Alamance Caswell and Goodwill.
students - volunteer opportunities
The Department of Sport and Event Management course partnered with Elon Athletics and the Office of Student Activities to host an April 23 block party in conjunction with a busy afternoon of on-campus sporting events.
ABSS Virtual School is seeking volunteers to serve as online academic coaches throughout the summer, fall and spring semesters.
The annual event held on April 15, 2016, involved more than 350 athletes and 100 Elon volunteers.
Computer and tech-savvy volunteers needed to help residents at Twin Lakes. Volunteer times flexible.
Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club seeks tutors every Monday and Wednesday
Eighteen students from Elon University’s Communications Fellows program participated in a 10-day trip in the Sunshine State, touring communications companies and meeting with industry professionals.
The sport and event management class hosted a fundraising event benefiting Helping Other People Eat – or H.O.P.E. – a nonprofit organization fighting hunger in Alamance County.
Faculty in the Department of Physical Therapy Education at Elon University are looking for healthy, non-disabled research volunteers aged 18-30 to participate in a research study looking at wheelchair propulsion speed.
Western Alamance High School is seeking tutors during school hours.
St. Andrew's Church is seeking volunteers to assist elementary students with homework for their Homework Helpers program.
Assistant Professor Cara McFadden, Emily Bourke ’16 and Katie Dalton ’16 traveled to the United Way headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia, to participate in a gathering of student leaders, United Way staff and university advisers.
Alamance County Dispute Settlement and Youth Services is in need of volunteer youth mentors to build positive relationships with young people in the community.
S.H.A.R.E. enables students involved with Elon Volunteers! to play with shelter animals every weekend at the Burlington Pet Adoption Center. A new segment of the program, Animal Protection Alliance, also allows students to learn more about animal issues and awareness.
Donations from the Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, and National Pan-Hellenic Council benefitted Allied Churches of Alamance County, and were distributed by Campus Kitchen at Elon University.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association will be holding a summer camp for children with neuromuscular disease. The camp will run from June 6-12.
The Family Abuse Services is looking for a student volunteer to assist them with their front desk. This would allow the student to get a comprehensive view of how FAS works.
Twenty-eight Elon students who studied abroad in the Dominican Republic have returned to Elon determined to find ways to continue to support their new friends.
The Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church is looking for help in updating their website.
Alamance County Dispute Settlement and Youth Services are looking for an office assistant
Harvey Newlin Elemantary School is looking for tutors to help with third graders.
Out of the Garden is looking for student intiated food drives to provide for Eastlawn families.
The Alamance Couty Dispute Settlement and Youth Services' RISE II program is looking for tutors to help students in suspention not get academically behind.
The Burlingston Housing Authority Whiz Kids Programs is looking for tutors.
The Alamance County Human Relations Commission needs assistance with their website. They are looking for students who can help them update information.
The Jobs for Life Program is a training course that equips unemployed and underemployed men and women for work and life. They are looking for volunteers to assist in instructing the course.
Crossroads Sexual Assault Response and Resource Center will be conducting Crisis Intervention Volunteer Trainings.
The Burling Recreation & Parks Department is looking for volunteers to help them with their annual Easter Egg Hunt event.
The Western Alamance High School After School Program is looking for volunteers to tutor students. Particpating students range from Elementary students to High School students.
The Alamance Community Service Agency, Inc. will be hosting a yard sale and fry fish fundraiser on Nov. 15. They are looking for volunteers to help set-up.
The Student Coalition for Action in Literacy Education is looking for volunteers who can help instruct ESL classes
Volunteers needed to help at the Blessed Sacrament School after school program.
Elon Hillel's 2014 Alternative Spring Break trip will be to New Orleans with the Jewish Farm School March 23-30. There are two spaces left on the trip.
Make a difference in a young boy's life and become a mentor!
A few volunteers are needed to assist Twin Lakes community prepare for its annual "Lane of Lights" by installing and assembling holiday decorations and lights between now and early December
The Women’s Resource Center is dedicated to helping women improve and enrich their lives. This is accomplished through a variety of programs, special events and services.
Volunteers are needed to help with environmental clean ups throughout the Fall of 2013 & Spring 2014.
Interested in volunteering over Fall Break? Elon Volunteers is offering three different alternative break programs this October. Applications are available now.
EXERCISE SCIENCE DEPARTMENT is looking for female participants to participate in a research study, “The effects of 3 week unstable surface balance training on balance, core muscle endurance and flexibility in women.”
Top Elon Volunteers! students recognized by Proponent Federal Credit Union
5K fun run/walk to support CrossRoads: Sexual Assault Response & Resource Center.
Alamance Citizens for Education (ACE) is hosting an upcoming event and need two or three students who would be interested in volunteering to provide child care on Monday, April 15 from 6:15 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. at Graham Presbyterian Church in Graham, N.C.
LifeSpan Circle School will be sponsoring our 6th annual Junior Olympics on May 17, 2013 (rain date May 31, 2013.) The Olympics begin at 2:30 p.m. with a parade of the athletes and opening ceremony. After the games, each child will be given a medal and certificate.