Elon Volunteers! (EV!) exists to provide all members of the Elon University campus the opportunity to develop an ethic of service by connecting campus and community through service experiences.
EV! is Elon’s hub for service opportunities on campus, providing opportunities for Elon students to engage in service through regular programs, one-time events, and Alternative Breaks. EV! is student-run and student-led, with approximately 100 student leaders coordinating a wide variety of programs and opportunities.
Student leaders are typically selected for open positions in November and April each year. Visit our leadership application page for more information about how to apply for open leadership positions.
Check out all that EV! has to offer below! View social issue cluster areas and individual programs within each area below. Email email@example.com for more information and get involved!
If you are interested in connecting directly with Elon Volunteers! student leaders, click here for a list of main contacts within our program areas.
- Burlington Animal Services: Volunteer with a local shelter and work with animals
- Kopper Top Life Learning Center: Assist with animal care and outdoor projects
- Dialogue Work: Join campus conversations on pressing social issues
- Elon Votes: Work to increase political engagement and voter registration
To learn more, check out the Civic Engagement Social Issue Guide.
- Alamance Community College: Tutor and support adult learners
- America Reads (work study position): Tutor at local schools to improve math and literacy skills
- Boys and Girls Club: Tutor and mentor children in an after school program
- CityGate Dream Center: Support programming and activities for the local Latinx community
- Elon Buddies: Facilitate social activities and professional development opportunities with Alamance Community College students who have a disability
- K.I.N.G. Academy Mentoring Program: Mentor boys ages 9-13 through the Mayco Bigelow Community Center
To learn more, check out the Educational Equity Social Issue Guide.
- Campus Kitchen: Harvest, cook, and deliver food to a local hunger relief organization
- Habitat for Humanity: Build houses and work in the Habitat ReStore
- United Way of Alamance County: Support local initiatives and programs to address poverty
Health and Wellness
- Blood Drives: Donate blood or volunteer at American Red Cross blood drives
- Peacehaven Farm: Work alongside core members who have a disability on garden workdays, special events, and other ongoing activities
To learn more, check out the Health and Wellness Social Issue Guide.
Human Rights and Advocacy
- Center for New North Carolinians: Tutor immigrant and refugee children
- Special Olympics: Assist Special Olympics athletes during sporting events
To learn more, check out the Human Rights and Advocacy Social Issue Guide.
- Immerse yourself in service over fall and spring breaks and address various social issues in local and global communities
For more information, check out our Alternative Breaks page.
Elon Volunteers! Executive Directors
Communication and Education
Leadership and Development
Outreach and Collaboration
For more information on how to get involved, stop by Moseley Center 232 or contact the Kernodle Center.