(Jan. 24, 2011)--The spring Volunteer Opportunities Fair is a great time to find ways to get involved with community service and volunteerism on and off campus. The event will be 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 26 in the University Center first-floor corridor on the Main Campus.
Agencies and organizations represented at the information fair will include Camp CAMP, Habitat for Humanity, Guide Dogs of Texas, Goodwill, Humane Society, SAMMinistries, SHADES (Sexual Health, Alcohol and Drug Education for Students) and VOICES (Volunteer Organization Involving Community, Education and Service), among many others.
Door prizes will be given throughout the event. Whether you are looking for a one-time service event, an ongoing opportunity or projects for large groups, there will be something for you at the volunteer fair.
Additionally, applications are being accepted for three Alternative Spring Break trips hosted by VOICES and the Inclusion and Community Engagement Center:
Visit the Alternative Spring Break website for trip details, eligibility information and an application.
For more information about the volunteer fair, Alternative Spring Break and service opportunities, visit the ICE website, e-mail email@example.com, call 210-458-4770 or stop by the UTSA Inclusion and Community Engagement Center, University Center Room 2.01.04, Main Campus.
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