Campus Wide Service Projects
The Office of Student Organizations & Service provide several campus wide programs for all students.
- September 1, 2015: Volunteer Fair, 10 AM - 2 PM, SU Commons
- September 16, 2015: Freshman Day of Service, 4 PM - 7 PM, SU Ballroom
- October 19-21, 2015: MTSU Habitat Week
- February 5, 2016: MTSU Habitat Build
- March 7-10, 2016: Alternative Spring Break
- April 9: MTSU's Big Event
If you would like to take part in the Campus Wide Service Projects, please contact October Henson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
MTSU Partnership Program
Do you want to connect with a high school student, work with them on study skills, discuss college life, and serve as a mentor for someone considering going to college? Then you should join MTSU Partnership Program and volunteer to mentor students at one of MTSU's partner schools in Nashville. As a volunteer in the MTSU Partnership Program you will work with students in the AVID program which stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination, which is designed for students in the academic middle who have the desire to graduate and go to college. This is a great way to increase your communications skills and build your resume for the future. MTSU is seeking volunteers for its AVID Partnership Program in the seven schools in Davidson and Rutherford County.
How It Works
AVID students are enrolled in at least one of the high school's courses of rigor such as Honors or Advanced Placement. The students then receive support in an academic elective class called AVID which is taught during the school day by a trained AVID teacher. Your commitment as a volunteer for the MTSU Partnership Program
You will be one of several MTSU students who will be volunteering in this program.
One day a week work with the same small group (5-7) students, assisting with their academic work and also serving as a mentor answering questions about your college experience. All volunteers will be asked to work at least one semester.
You will work with a supervising teacher and can arrange to go in the morning, mid-morning, or early afternoon.
Metro Nashville Public Schools and Rutherford County Schools.
Metro Nashville Schools are working to make college possible for a larger number of students who have the potential to succeed with support. Your work will greatly assist students reach their goal of attending college. Last year 100% of MNPS AVID 2007 seniors graduated from high school and completed college entrance requirements.
Every Student who volunteers will get an MTSU Polo Shirt to wear while you are volunteering.
Complete the application and submit to SUB 330.
For more information about the MTSU Partnership Program contact: