At Weber State University, you can get involved in your community in a variety of ways. You can volunteer through the Community Involvement Center’s Volunteer Involvement Program or you can sign up for specific community-based learning (CBL) courses that combine learning and community service.
Get involved, and change your life and many others by serving.Below is a list of frequently asked questions to help you get started. For more detailed information about all CIC programs and services designed for students, use the links in the “student” tab on the CIC website.
Should I register with the CIC?
Absolutely. You should register if you’re enrolled in a community-based learning (CBL) course or if you’re planning on volunteering on your own. When you register with the CIC, we can help you:
- Access service-learning, community-based research and volunteer opportunities throughout the community;
- Learn about leadership opportunities in service;
- Record your service hours, which can be reported to professors, graduate programs and future employers (community service sets you apart from others on applications and résumés);
- Gain access to retreats and training activities related to service;
- Learn about scholarship opportunities related to service; and
- Find out about funding that is available to help with your particular service projects.