Student Volunteer Fellows Program
SVFs serve as facilitators for volunteer opportunities.
They work as a team, but each has his or her own focus as well. Through this program, community volunteer needs are met and students are encouraged to become involved in service projects. Fellows respond to requests for information from students and from members of the community. They are responsible for developing opportunities and encouraging participation in volunteer activities.
Fellows are paid $2000 and will be expected to work an average of 8 hours per week for fall and winter semesters. Two of these hours must be in the SVF office. Fellows meet weekly with each other and monthly with the coordinator. They participate in several retreats and evening meetings over the academic year. Fellows submit a monthly progress report, and maintain the project record and grant record books. They are expected to participate in training and enrichment activities during the year.