Better prioritize the Mountaineer Volunteer Program, an already
existing series of workshops that addresses the fundamental challenges
to effective volunteering. The Program was created with input from the
Student Service Advisory Committee and empowers students by providing,
adapting and advancing diversified volunteer service experiences that
enhance personal growth and civic-minded development.
the WVU Social Action Clinic, which seeks to support social change
through the use of structured clinics for community-driven students.
This year, with guided assistance from a team of experts, the Clinic
supported 10 creative and ambitious campus change projects affecting WVU
and the surrounding community.
Use a “personal growth groups”
model to develop mentoring opportunities with the goal of imprinting
positive and lasting effects on our Black students.
Co-Chair, Development of Black LeadersDean of Students
Eric Murphy, Co-Chair
Assistant Director, Center for Service and LearningAssistant Director, Center for Service and Learning