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Project GIVE (Getting Involved {through} Volunteer Experiences) is the volunteer service program that matches members of the WSSU community with non-profit organizations and their service programs. Through Project GIVE students, faculty and staff to have served as youth mentors, provided valuable health care information to the community, fed the hungry and participated in a wide range of service activities.

The Office of Career Development Services is proud to serve as the host office for Project GIVE. To learn more about this award-winning program and how you can create a stronger community through volunteer service, please contact Coordinator of Community Service Dana Walker at Walkerd@wssu.edu or 336-750-2129.

WHY PARTICIPATE IN PROJECT GIVE?

Students

Learn how volunteer service through Project GIVE can enhance your academic performance and your preparations for future success.

Faculty

Project GIVE offers opportunities to improve course content and conduct research.

Staff

Your time and talent can be a valuable resource in improving our community. See what volunteer opportunities are available through Project GIVE.

Non-Profit Agencies

Project GIVE provides the link to the resources offered by WSSU students, faculty and staff. Learn how your organization can participate.

For more information on how to become a part of Project GIVE, please contact the Coordinator of Community Service at 750-2129.

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601 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

Winston-Salem, NC 27110

Phone: (336) 750-2000



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