The President's Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) is an initiative of the Corporation for National and Community Service that rewards civic-minded individuals for their dedication to selfless service and volunteerism.
UTSA's faculty, staff, and student body are invited to participate by registering volunteer initiatives through the PVSA website and regularly updating service hours to track their progress and determine eligibility for the PVSA award.
The award packages consists of an official PVSA lapel pin, customized certificate acknowledging the recipient's commitment to community engagement, and a letter from the President of the United States thanking them for their selfless service.
All volunteer hours within a 12-month period will be considered towards achievement of this great honor, with levels of volunteer commitment acknowledged at Bronze, Gold, and Silver levels.
In Spring 2016, the university will host an annual event to present recipients with their awards and acknowledge UTSA's continuous commitment to advancing civic engagement.
How to Register and Track your Volunteer Hours: