AS•U•GO Cultural Speakers Bureau

AS•U•GO provides opportunities for cross-cultural learning through interactive conversations between Appalachian State international student speakers and K-12 students and teachers in our regional public schools.

AS•U•GO Speakers are primarily Appalachian student volunteers (international, exchange, and education abroad returnees), and occasionally visiting scholars, faculty and community members with extensive international living, work, and/or study experiences.

Enology Services Laboratory

The Appalachian State University Enology Services Lab has served the North Carolina wine and grape industry since harvest of 2010 and provides analyses to assist harvest and wine production decisions including Brix, TA, pH, Nitrogen, Malic Acid, Glucose + Fructose, Volatile Acidity, Total and Free SO2, and Alcohol. In addition, we offer wine sensory evaluation to help identify specific sensory issues and provide feedback from our trained panel through blind tasting and standardized evaluations.

Hop, IBU, and in-depth (HPLC, GCMS) evaluation is also available.

Appalachian RSVP (The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program)

Appalachian RSVP provides seniors 55 and older over 40 non-profit educational and health related volunteer agencies in which to serve and volunteer. The RSVP program provides tangible benefits to Lenoir and Caldwell County without displacing existing workers.

TCVA Volunteer Program

You can now join a dedicated group of people who take great pride in helping the TCVA fulfill its mission. Volunteers play a very important role to the Turchin Center and as a community goodwill ambassador. For a complete list of opportunities, please click here.