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Looking to make a difference in an HB 1079 student’s Life?

Sponsor a Book or Two!

Sponsor a book by Friday,
March 28, 2014, 5:00 PM

Drop off at Kelly ECC Front desk
(3931 Brooklyn Ave NE)

About the program:

The Kelly ECC is pleased to provide support to students who face financial challenges through the Undocumented Student Program’s Dream Lending Library Program. This Program is designed to assist HB 1079 students in obtaining required textbooks that otherwise would be cost prohibitive. We will give priority to students with the highest unmet financial need.

We need your help, we would like to grow our Lending Library and we are seeking the support of our community of UW faculty, staff and alumni. If you would like to participate by donating a book or two, please click on the below link to see the list of books students are in need for this Spring Quarter.

                        For more information about the Husky Dream Lending Library Program, please contact Maggie Fonseca at

ETCH (Education Transforming Community Health) is recruiting new volunteers!  We are an interdisciplinary student project associated SHIFA, a non-profit organization based out of UWSOM.

We offer weekly health education sessions to homeless adults in downtown Seattle.  Through our community partnerships, we strive to create health education curriculum that bridges evidence-based practice and the voices of the many homeless communities in Seattle.  We aim to provide knowledge, skills, and tools to improve the quality of life of our participants.

Weekly sessions offer volunteers a great opportunity to connect with members of homeless communities while expanding your knowledge of preventative care, health systems, and social justice.

Commitment is flexible – we ask that volunteers participate in at least one session per month for at least 6 months - though if you’re interested in being more involved we also have many more opportunities for volunteering, advocacy, and leadership.  

This is an excellent opportunity to get involved, regardless of experience. If you are interested in joining, email for more information!

Hope to see you soon!

ETCH Seattle

Hall Health is seeking volunteers to assist with staffing the Wellness Resource Center at Hall Health Center, and to assist with providing coverage in this health education unit.

This volunteer activity would be of particular interest to students with an interest in medicine, nursing, psychology, sociology, social work, but is certainly not limited to those disciplines.

Below is a link that describes the volunteer position, and connects to an application form that students can fill out and return to me:


ASB 2014 Flyer

Stay­ing in the area for your spring break? Look­ing to ven­ture out of Seat­tle but stay in Washington?

Then the Pipeline Project may have a great expe­ri­ence for you! We are cur­rently look­ing for UW under­grad­u­ates to vol­un­teer in a lit­er­acy arts project in rural com­mu­ni­ties through­out Wash­ing­ton for Alter­na­tive Spring Break 2014.

UW stu­dents will work with stu­dents in an ele­men­tary, mid­dle, or high school to brain­storm ideas for a story, write a rough draft, edit the draft, and pub­lish the story in a book. Stu­dents will then illustrate their pub­lished book. A cul­mi­nat­ing fes­ti­val of the pub­lished works will be held at each site.

Sites range from the Olympic Penin­sula to East­ern Wash­ing­ton and include Forks, Oroville, Mat­tawa, Har­rah, Curlew, Tonas­ket, Omak, Top­pen­ish and Long Beach.

For more infor­ma­tion, visit our web­site:


If inter­ested, apply via the fol­low­ing link by Jan­u­ary 17 at 11:45pm:


Ques­tions? Con­tact us at


Make an impact. Extend your own learn­ing. Have a trans­for­ma­tive spring break!


*If inter­ested in apply­ing to UW’s Master’s in Teach­ing Pro­gram, time spent in the class­room will count towards your 40 hours of class­room observation.

Please join OMA&D staff and students for this event.

The Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity, in collaboration with the Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center, United Way of King County, and the MLK Celebration Committee, invites you to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr on January 20th, 2014. The Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service will begin with a kick off event in the Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center, featuring inspirational speeches and coffee, tea and pastries. Make sure to sign up, and register your student organization to march with us! While some MLK Day of Service participants will be departing from the kick-off to attend service projects throughout King County, we are organizing a group to participate in Rise Up! Restore the Dream! Seattle’s annual march and celebration of Dr. King’s life and legacy. For more information about the MLK Day of Service, please read the information on the flier or contact us at 206-543-4635 or


The volunteer application for Vietnam Health Clinic 2014 is now open! Our application closes on December 23rd, 2013 at 11:59 PM, and it can be found here: Volunteer Application 2014, or at: under the “Volunteer” section.

Vietnam Health Clinic (VHC) is a non-profit, student-led organization dedicated to improving healthcare access and services to the underprivileged population of Vietnam. We aim to deliver a proactive experience for our volunteers who are interested in shadowing healthcare professions in medicine, optometry, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, and public health. Volunteers will also have many opportunities to learn the process of rural medicine and the basic healthcare system.

Two informational sessions will be held on November 20th and December 4th in Savery Hall 162 at 6:30 pm.

If you have any question or concerns, please visit our website ( for more information and or email us at

Winter is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about the 2014 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service!  MLK, Jr. Day of Service is on January 20th, 2014, and the University of Washington Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center is partnering with the United Way of King County to coordinate a county-wide event honoring the life and legacy of Dr. King.  Each year, this event engages over a thousand volunteers in service projects from all over the Greater King County region.

We are currently recruiting for Project Leaders!  Project leaders select a specific service site, and are responsible for recruiting volunteers to participate in their project.  They will sign volunteers up with United Way, and help with facilitation at Kickoff and their service site during the Day of Service.  Project Leader Registration Opens November 12th!

What does it mean to be a Project Leader? Tasks include:

• Recruit volunteers to join your MLK Day project • Communicate with your host organization • Communicate with volunteers who sign up for your project • Use the United Way online registration system to sign upand register group members • Help frame why this event & your specific service project are important for the volunteers • Coordinate t-shirt pick for your group members

If you are unable to fill your project with people you know, there will be an opportunity to open your project up to individual volunteers in early January!

You can also read our Volunteer Project Leader Resource Manual by visiting

We will be holding two Project Leader Info Sessions.  These sessions are not mandatory, but are a great opportunity to learn more about signing up for a project and recruiting volunteers, as well as using United Way of King County’s interface.

You may attend one of the following Project Leader Info Sessions:

Thursday, November 7, 4-5pm in MGH 173R

Tuesday, November 13, 12-1pm in MGH 171E

If you are interested in participating in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, but don’t want to be a Project Leader, registration for individuals will open on January 3.

For more information, please visit or email


The Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center is committed to engaging undergraduates in understanding, building, and improving our communities.

We work to expand the scope of education, promote effective public service, and foster a rich cultural and civic life for those of us involved with the university and neighboring communities.


Make a difference: Be a Dawg Daze Leader!

Dawg Daze Leaders are current University of Washington students who have a passion for UW and want to build leadership experience and give back to the University community through assisting new students with their transition to campus.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Love for UW and being a Husky
  • Genuine interest in new students and their
  • Friendly and responsible
  • Ability to initiate solutions to problems
  • Desire to give back to the UW


  • Attend training on Monday, September 16th from 9am-5pm
  • Volunteer a minimum of 15 hours
  • Check email twice monthly throughout the summer
  • Help out at assigned events with a positive attitude

What you can get out of this experience:

  • Be involved with fun, creative, and exciting Dawg Daze events
  • Meet and inspire new students
  • Hands on leadership experience
  • A cool Dawg Daze T-shirt to wear
  • Move into the Residence Halls Early
  • Be part of a team that makes UW a friendly, welcoming place


If you are interested in being a Dawg Daze Leader but you cannot make the training date, then please contact Vera Hoang at  Vera is the Dawg Daze Volunteer Coordinator. 

DEADLINE: Saturday, May 25th at 5:00 pm – go to to apply!


Apply Here

Greetings from the Career Center!

The Summer Career Fair is back! We’re in need of volunteers for the upcoming 2013 Summer Career Fair on June 27, 2013 from 2-6 PM in the HUB Ballrooms. Shifts will be available from 8AM- 8PM, with a minimum time commitment of 2 hours.

Why volunteer?

  • The Spring Career Fair is the biggest networking opportunity of the year. As a volunteer, you’ll have unparalleled access with the employers in attendance-and they’re all hiring!
  • If you need to fulfill volunteer hour requirements, look no further! Complete your hours with flexible shifts at this high-energy event.
  • Interested in Event Planning? As a volunteer, you’ll work closely with the UW Career Center’s Events Team to put on our biggest event of the year. Learn the ins and outs… then put it on your resume!

Interested? Shoot us an email at with the following information:

  1. Your name
  2. Your email address
  3. Your hours of availability on the day of the Spring Career Fair (June 27, 2013)

By June 24th, we’ll be in touch to confirm your schedule and shift assignments.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!  Hope to see you at the Fair!

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