YOU Can Volunteer!
Are the words “How can I help?” part of your everyday vocabulary?
Whether it's a one-time opportunity or you wish to volunteer on a more regular basis, the Ware Institute interns can help you find a meaninful way to get involved in the community.
Volunteering 1, 2, 3!
Volunteering can be as easy as 1, 2, 3!
- Complete the Ware Student Volunteer Application.
- Meet with a Ware Institute Intern Interns can assist you to find a volunteer opportunity in the Lancaster community! However, over the summer, no interns are present. Contact Sandi Smoker to set up a time to meet or call 717-358-4164.
- Complete Volunteer Clearances Many organizations require volunteers to complete the three clearances (listed below) before you can volunteer, particularly if you work with children. For more information about how to complete and obtain these forms please visit the Ware Institute's Volunteer Clearances web page or contact a Ware Institute Intern (email@example.com) to assist you with completing clearances.
PA Child Abuse History Certification
- Criminal Record Check
- FBI Criminal History fingerprint check (for students who have not been PA residents for the past 10 years.)
16 Fall Ware Interns
2016 Fall Ware Interns
Sane' (Mama) Bodian '18 -Campus & Community Outreach
Elisha Thomas '19- Campus & Community Outreach
Fatouma Kone '19 - Social Media & Marketing
- Social Media & Marketing position 10 hr/wk
- Social Media & Marketing position 5 hr/week
- Office Support position 5 hr/week
On Campus Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer Opportunities Calendar
Make It Count!
Make It Count - Report Your Volunteer Hours!
If you are a student or F&M professional staff member and volunteer in our community, please click on the Make It Count! link to the left to report your hours of service. Please complete this form whenever you volunteer. These hours will be used to submit data for the annual President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
The President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, launched in 2006, annually highlights the role colleges and universities play in solving community problems and placing more students on a lifelong path of civic engagement by recognizing institutions that achieve meaningful, measureable outcomes in the communities they serve.
"Squash ACES is a wonderful program that allows F&M students to interact with students in the surrounding community; it is a means to get involved and make a meaningful difference."