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The Volunteer Center is NMU's connection to the Marquette community. Students, student organizations, faculty, and staff can find opportunities to volunteer as well as contact information for non-profit organizations. For more information, please use the links below or contact us at volctr@nmu.edu or 906-227-2466.

Volunteer of the Month

Do you have a friend or a classmate who is really involved and volunteers his or her time for the good of the community? Then nominate them or yourself for the Volunteer of the Month! Just fill out this short online nomination form. The winner will receive a $25 gift certificate to Doncker's and a spotlight in our display cases. Contact the Volunteer Center if you have any questions or would like more information.

Connect With Us

Find the Volunteer Center on FacebookTwitter and Instagram for the latest updates on all things service. Keep an eye open all year long for great volunteer opportunities. 

The Center for Student Enrichment is now hiring a Superior Edge/Volunteer Center Coordinator. Click here for a <a href="/studentenrichment/sites/DrupalStudentEnrichment/files/UserFiles/SE_VC_Coordinator_F17.docx">job description</a> and <a href="/studentenrichment/sites/DrupalStudentEnrichment/files/UserFiles/CSE_Application_2017.docx">application</a>. Apps due by 5 p.m. on Wed., Aug. 30 in 1206 UC.Find out more about Superior EdgeFind out more about Superior EdgeCongratulations to the Northern Michigan Constructors who won the Community Service Award at the Leadership Recognition Banquet!Congrats to Matt Trefilek for receiving the Michael D. Nunnally Individual Student Volunteer Award! Mike was a member of the US Olympic Education Center Boxing Team & one of the nation’s top-ranked amateur boxers. He was a volunteer who gave much of his time working with youth. So deep was his love for children that his life’s goal was not an Olympic medal–for which he was a contender–but to be an elementary teacher/role model for inner city kids. Mike lost his life in 1996 while swimming in Lake Superior.Want to see what some of your fellow Wildcats did when they went on winter break to New Zealand? Check out this <a href="https://youtu.be/DOjQOoYrk3U">video.</a
Superior Edge/Volunteer Center Staff

Volunteer Center/Superior Edge Staff

Volunteer Center906-227-2466volctr@nmu.edu1215 University Center