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Project Give

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 serve as youth mentors to provide valuable health care information to the community, feed the hungry, and participate in an extensively range of service activities. 

WSSU 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 the 

Coordinator of Community Service Dana Walker at or 336-750-2129.

Virtual Volunteering

Virtual volunteering is the process of rendering your skills using the Internet while remaining off-site from the physical location of the business, organization, or project. On-line volunteering occurs in numerous forms, such as: tutoring, mentoring, counseling, research, social justice support, branding/ marketing, video creation, social media, volunteer tracking, virtual staff support and more.

Below, are virtual volunteer opportunities for current undergraduate students, graduate students and working professionals. Whether you choose to volunteer once or long term, now is the time to come together as a community and help one another. Find your perfect match(es) by exploring these options.

Current STUDENTS should continue to document their service hours on RAMSYNC. Please take the proper precautions as you consider this information.

As a warning, please know that large numbers of organizations out there are unstable and some of them might be even involved in fraudulent activities. For this reason, it becomes important to get reviews and feedback about the organization with which you are interested to volunteer. If you find any fraudulent information about the company then you must avoid working with that company.