Student volunteers will be required to participate in an eight (8) hour orientation-training program. The orientation will provide basic information pertaining to the volunteer sites, introduce students to personnel practices , provide basic organizational strategies and match students with the requirements of the volunteer sites. As a result of participating in exciting community service learning programs, Morgan State University students will be able to relate their classroom learning to the realities of life while at the same time, they will be improving the quality of life of Baltimore residents!
Community Service Events Coordinator: Design and develop workshops, seminars, and training sessions for students participating in community service programs.
Community Service Student Representative: Represent Morgan State University on the student advisory board of the Higher Education Consortium at the Shriver Center.
Research Specialist: Collect and complete data on the programs, participant and accomplishments in the Office of Community Service.
Special Programs’ Coordinator: Create and implement a recognition program acknowledging all the students involved in programs in the Office of Community Service.
Volunteer Fair Coordinator: Organize a Fall and Spring Volunteer Fair at which representatives from student organizations, individual students, and community service agencies will have an opportunity to discuss short term and long term service programs.