The Service-Learning Leaders organize and lead a number of exciting service opportunities that occur on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. Varied opportunities are available, so there is truly something for everyone! Pick your passion and become involved. You will make new friends, have fun, learn more about social issues and environments, and make a difference in the lives of others!
Below you can find a live calendar and descriptions of events that will be updated as event information becomes available.
To register for our service events, go toconcordia.givepulse.com! All persons must register via GivePulse to participate.
Service Opportunities for Fall 2016
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Leader: Angie Johnson
S.E.L.F. 30"Self-30" stands for Skills for Enhancing Lifelong Fulfillment. The Self-30 program is made for disabled students 18+ which provides them
the maximum amount of support needed for community integration to have a successful
and fulfilling life in age-appropriate instructional environments. Students who are
determined appropriate for this service must be able to adapt to varying environments
as well as have post-secondary goals that focus on making a contribution in adult
living, community integration, and employment.
Note: You must pass a background check by the Leander Independent School District in order to participate.
Green Corn Project
Help people grow their own healthy supply of food.
You will be beside other volunteers planting gardens for your community.
Summit Assisted Living
A chance to visit with the elderly at the assisted living home right off 620. It's a great way to relax and have fun as you play board games with them and listen to their stories.
Once a Month on Sundays
Leader: Dr. Ann Schwartz
"Inside Books Project is an Austin-based community service volunteer organization that sends free books and educational materials to prisoners in Texas. Inside Books is the only books-to-prisoners program in Texas, where over 140,000 people are incarcerated. Inside Books Project works to promote reading, literacy, and education among incarcerated individuals and to educate the general public on issues of incarceration." (Taken from insidebooksproject.org)