The winners of the Zoellick Fellowship in Social Entrepreneurship and $1500 to help implement their sustainable business idea were Josh Wiggs, junior Computer Science major, and Vanessa Macias, senior computer science major. Their business idea is How ConvenIT (pronounced How Convenient). Here is a short summary: How ConvenIT is a student-run organization that provides affordable IT and software solutions Read more about Zoellick Fellowship Winners Announced![…]
The Book Bike is accepting donations! All donations can be dropped off at the Action Research Center on the 1st floor of CLA. Interested in hosting your own Book Drive? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org!
The Tool Library is accepting donations! All donations can be dropped off at the Action Research Center on the 1st floor of CLA. Interested in hosting your own Tool Drive? Let us know at email@example.com!
Bent Elementary School serves bilingual Spanish-English speaking students, and is looking for a way to better connect with the Spanish speaking parents. We are looking for volunteers that are bilingual that want to help with this process. It could be a great learning experience for an IWU student involving verbal translation at PTO meetings or Read more about Spanish-Speaking Volunteer Needed at Bent Elementary![…]
The Book Bike needs IWU students to visit Sarah Raymond School of Early Education on November 1st! If you are available to volunteer and operate the Book Bike any time between 8:45-11:15 am or 12:45-3:15 pm, please contact Karen Schmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Help the YWCA McLean County with their mission of eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all! The YWCA McLean County is looking to highlight the diversity of students in their Young Wonders Early Learning and Youth Development program with a mural depicting the flag of the countries students come from Read more about Mural Project at the YWCA[…]
The Tool Library is looking for volunteers to work at the office! Duties include checking out tools to members, stocking and cleaning tools, and accepting donations from community members. Interested? Contact the Tool Library at email@example.com to be a part of the team!
Fifth graders from Pepper Ridge Elementary School will be visiting Illinois Wesleyan University on Wednesday Oct. 23rd, and we need IWU students to help make their experience the best it can be! The theme of the day is Opening Doors – the Future is Yours. The schedule is as follows: First Generation College Student Panel 9:25 Read more about Volunteers for Pepper Ridge Visit to IWU![…]
Join the Green Top Grocery Outreach Committee for a 90 minute meeting to learn what a co-op grocery store is and the impact it can have on our community. The first 45 minutes of this meeting will include basic info about co-ops (brief history, community impact and differences in co-op grocery stores vs. conventional stores). Read more about Green Top Grocery Volunteer Orientation![…]