Be a part of UTSA's volunteer tradition: Register now for United to Serve initiative


UTSA United to Serve volunteer projects

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(March 10, 2011)--Registration is open now for United to Serve, a UTSA tradition and a volunteer initiative involving UT System students, faculty, staff, alumni, student organizations and friends. In its seventh year, the initiative is in an effort to engage and mobilize thousands of volunteers in their communities.

An upcoming service day is Saturday, April 2 with volunteer opportunities across the city. UTSA projects have included work at the Communities in Schools Ropes Course, barn work at the Saddle Light Center, improving Head Start centers, tree planting at Salado Creek and many more.

Each participant receives a t-shirt (while supplies last) and will be invited to Volunteer Appreciation Day activities April 13 during National Volunteer Appreciation Week.

Volunteers can sign up as individuals or as groups; faculty, staff, students, alumni, family and friends are welcome to participate. The minimum age for participation is noted on each project.

To register for volunteer service, visit the UTSA United to Serve website.

For more information, contact the UTSA Inclusion and Community Engagement Center at 210-458-4770.