Youth-Oriented Service Opportunities

AIESEC


AIESEC is a student-run organization that prides itself as one of the world’s largest providers of high-calibre youth talent and volunteers. We develop the next generation of leaders and connect them with businesses and NGO’s.

For more information,

contact maryland-president@aiesecus.org.

Best Buddies


Best Buddies is an international, non-profit organization committed to creating opportunities for one-to-one friendships and leadership development for people

For more information,

contact through their website.

Beyond Shelter


Beyond Shelter is a student-led organization at UMD that assists homeless individuals emerge from homelessness by providing tailored supportive services.

For more information,

contact beyondshelter.umd@gmail.com.

Camp Kesem

Kids

To support children through and beyond their parent’s cancer with innovative, fun-filled programs that foster a lasting community.

For more information,

contact maryland@campkesem.org.

Circle K International


Circle K is an international co-ed service organization that is sponsored by Kiwanis International. We develop leaders, foster friendships, and most importantly, directly serve our community

For more information,

contact umdckipresident@gmail.com.

Dedicated Undergraduates Nurturing Kids (DUNK)

Kids

D.U.N.K (dedicated undergraduates nurturing kids) connects student volunteers with local 5th and 6th graders to teach basketball skills and sportsmanship.

For more information,

contact hananiaf@gmail.com.

MaryPIRG

Activism

MaryPIRG Student Chapters is a statewide, student directed, and student funded organization. We are non-profit and non-partisan, and work to solve some of the top issues in society. We team student activism with professional advocacy and we get results.

For more information,

contact umdmarypirg@gmail.com.

Master Service Learning Club

The Master Service Learning Club plans and organizes public service events in order to contribute to the community and to enrich students’ volunteering experience.

For more information,

contact mslc@rhsmith.umd.edu.

Partners in Print

Kids

Partners in Print provides a supportive environment where parents can discover how to help their children learn to read. Mentors conduct evening workshops with parents and their kindergarten, first and second grade children.

For more information,

contact arac@umd.edu.

Terp and Eagle Science Club

Kids

The Terp and Eagle Science Club provides free STEM tutoring to 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students at Carole Highlands Elementary School in College Park, MD.

For more information,

contact through Facebook.

UMD Younglife

Kids

Leaders are committed to being involved with kids' lives, from supporting them at their sporting events to listening to them talk about what's important to them. Our leaders help kids consider the direction of their lives, and they offer hope for their future.

For more information,

contact through their website.

UNICEF UMD


University of Maryland is a part of the UNICEF campus initiative whose mission is to promote college student participation in education, advocacy and fundraising activities to support children in-need locally and worldwide

For more information,

contact unicef.umd@gmail.com.

Youth Art for Healing


Youth Art For Healing brings works of art created by youth into healthcare environments to provide a sense of comfort, inspiration and healing.

For more information,

contact info@youthartforhealing.org.

 
  • LinkedIn
  • Instagram
  • Facebook

©2020 SUSA | University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business