Volunteers & Interns
Appalachian students engage in well over 100,000 hours of service each year. Internships, tutoring, large and small group service projects, mentoring and service-learning are just a few ways students become involved in the community. We are always open to putting your creative volunteer talents to use too! Additional volunteer programs can be found under Programs & Services.
Need a volunteer?
Our students love to make a difference in the local community. Appalachian & the Community Together (ACT) maintains an extensive database of service opportunities (from organizing offices to building homes) that connects the needs of the community with student volunteers.
- ACT's Website
Contact ACT to list a volunteer opportunity
Want to volunteer?
Appalachian is always in need of people willing to donate time or talents. Some of the more popular opportunities include helping our first-year students move into the residence halls, assisting the Alumni Association with social events, and helping on game days.
- Contact Us to offer help in another way
Appalachian invites regional non-profit organizations as well as business organizations to campus every year in January to meet students and talk with them about opportunities with their companies. For more information, please visit the following website below.
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