Volunteer opportunities (Crandall)
Volunteer opportunities for students
An initiative of Crandall University
Crandall University seeks to provide a transformative experience that encourages academic excellence, personal growth and development, and an ability to give back to our local and global communities.
Your Crandall journey will give you the opportunity to benefit from the highest quality research-informed academic experience. We will offer you the support that you need to make the most of your education, and assist you in developing skills and attributes that will help to make you highly employable, and able to make informed and meaningful choices about your future.
One of the primary ways we do this is through providing co-curricular opportunities for students to invest in others, as well as opportunities for the University to invest in you. Students are expected to volunteer in the community a minimum of twelve hours per semester. Students are encouraged to find placements that will allow them to develop skills or connections that may benefit their education, future career, or sense of community.
Please visit http://www.crandallu.ca/admissions/faith-service/ for more information.
Celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary by giving back to your community and your country and making a difference in the lives of Canadians.
The Canada 150 for 150 Volunteer Challenge is a nation-wide movement led by Volunteer Ottawa in partnership with Volunteer Centres across the country.
We invite Canadians to give as much as 150 hours of volunteer time in 2017 in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary.
Sign up today to start tracking your hours and telling your stories.