Student Volunteer Programs

Humanics in Action Day

Humanics in Action Day

The mission of the Office of Student Volunteer Programs is to educate students through community-based learning experiences in preparation for lives as active citizens and community leaders in service to humanity. In an effort to realize this mission, the Office of Student Volunteer Programs assists students in locating and organizing community service activities that further their educational experience.

The office provides the following services:

  • Serves as a clearinghouse, providing information on service-learning and volunteer opportunities in our surrounding community
  • Coordinates one-day service activities for large numbers of students and community members
  • Facilitates the operation of ongoing, structured service programs
  • Advises for student-led community service organizations
  • Provides leadership opportunities for students to coordinate programs and develop outreach opportunities
  • Advises and provides logistical support for Alternative Break Trips
  • Acts as a resource for faculty in the exploration and utilization of service learning in their curriculum

Phone: (413) 748-3394
Fax: (413) 748-3370
Location: Flynn Campus Union, Room 350

Charlene Elvers, Director Jennifer Thompson, Administrative Assistant
phone:  (413) 748-3219
phone:  (413) 748-3394

 Graduate Fellows

Samantha Cesario Rena Holder Elayna Roberts Cora Rowland

Partners Program

Emerging Leaders Program

America Reads/ Springfield College Youth Outreach Program (SCYOP)

Brookings Learning & Support Team (BLAST)

Recent News

The Springfield College Leadership Training Conference and Rachel’s Challenge student organizations are leading a community outreach program that will collect food, clothing, and school supplies for local nonprofit organizations and schools to support the global initiative #GivingTuesday on Dec. 1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.