The George Washington University: On Campus

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

GW has hundreds of community service opportunities each year. Some are on-going, weekly or biweekly projects and others are monthly service initiatives. All community service is organized through the Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service.

Here is contact information and a list of programs that require a weekly or bi-weekly commitment:

Grassroots Colonials. Please contact Mike Bourie to join the GW Athletic community in our Grassroots Colonials initiative. The Grassroot Project partners Division I college athletes from GW, Georgetown and Howard, with at-risk youth in D.C. public schools to educate middle school and high school students about HIV/AIDS awareness, prevention and personal responsibility.
College for Every Student Contact GW Athletics Life Skills Coordinator Ted Costigan to help local Middle School students through a partnership with CFES. Every Friday during lunch period, a group of GW student-athletes will walk to the local middle school to mentor low-income students and outline a path to college.
The Neighbors Project. Student-athletes can serve in a number of different issue areas including health and wellness, tutoring, hunger & homelessness, and environmental sustainability. Please check out GW's Neighbors Project for more information and contact info to get involved!
• More Service Opportunities to be posted soon!

PLEASE BE SURE TO REPORT YOUR COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS!

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