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Service Opportunities

2020-21 Service Opportunities

Reveal Resource Center

Reveal Resource Center

Leader: Robyn Montoya (

Reveal Resource Center is a non-profit food pantry and clothes closet that serves low to moderate income families each week. CTX volunteers help distribute items to clients as well as help organize donations. Weekly

This service opportunity will be an outdoor in person opportunity with appropriate organizational safety protocols.


Foundation Communities

Leader: Contact

Foundation Communities is a nonprofit organization that helps families in the Austin area with affordable housing, healthcare, after school/summer programs for children, and empowering them with the tools they need to succeed. CTX volunteers provide elementary students general help with homework and enrichment activities based on the need of the learning center as well as assist with Supper Clubs hosted by the University. After School Program Weekly/Supper Club, Once a Semester

Due to Covid-19, Supper Club will not be held during the spring semester. There will also be no service opportunities related to the After School Program. We have had a donation drive to assist residents at Cardinal Point, the FC complex with which CTX partners, and a holiday donation drive.


Refugee Services of Texas

Leader: Dr. Ann Schwartz (

The mission of RSTX: "Guided by the principles of human compassion and dignity, Refugee Services of Texas welcomes refugees, immigrants, and other displaced peoples and supports them in integrating and thriving in their new communities." CTX volunteers help with organizing and transporting donations to new refugees as well as apartment set-ups for families arriving in the U.S. No Set Schedule

Due to Covid-19, we will not be able to serve with RSTX during the spring semester.

Inside books Project

Inside Books

Leader: Victoria Leffers (

Inside Books is a non-profit that delivers books to incarcerated individuals in Texas. We will work together to write letters and compile packages of books to be sent out to Texans who need it the most. Several Times Per Semester

Due to Covid-19, there will be no service opportunities with Inside Books in the spring semester.


Brookdale Assisted Living

Leader: Victoria Leffers (

Volunteering with senior citizens is a great way to get life advice and have fun with some super fun people! Many people at Brookdale do not receive a lot of visits from family, so our game night is the bright spot of their week. Join us to talk and play games with our local area senior citizens. We usually play card games, board games, dominoes, or even put together puzzles. Weekly

Due to Covid-19, all our service opportunities with Brookdale will be virtual this fall. We have developed a Read to a Resident Program to connect with our friends at Brookdale.


Stewardship Service Opportunities

Leader: Team effort

Make CTX beautiful! Participate in environmental service opportunities primarily on campus, such as gardening, trail development and maintenance, planting wildflowers, and more. Monthly

We will be having these outdoor service events with masks and social distancing required of all participants. We will also cap the number of participants.

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The Arc Capital Area

Leader: Dr. Ann Schwartz (

The Arc Capital Area empowers Central Texans with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. CTX volunteers participate in a virtual game social hour with Arc students. Monthly.

This is a new event this semester that allows for virtual service due to Covid restrictions.

Monthly events calendar is also available on the main Service-Learning Program web page.

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