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Volunteer Center

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.

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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. 

Do you know an outstanding student volunteer?  Nominate him or her for Volunteer of the Month!  Winners receive a $25 gift card from Donckers, a certificate, and recognition on the Center for Student Enrichment website and Facebook page.  For more information or to apply, <a href="http://www.nmu.edu/service/volunteer-of-the-month-nomination">click here</a>.Megan is a junior from Midland, Mich., majoring in communication studies. Megan recently created NMU’s food pantry as part of her 100-hour community service internship for the Student Leader Fellowship Program, which serves not only NMU students but also community members. Megan takes part in Food Insecurity Meetings through ASNMU and has been involved with the Food Recovery Network. Both have helped her to develop and implement the pantry on campus. Keep up the great work!Margo is a junior from Wrightstown, Wisc., majoring in both Spanish Education & International Studies. She volunteered 100 hours for Green Bay Literacy where she taught English as a second language to children in the community. Margo is currently studying abroad and is involved with many organizations including the Student Leader Fellowship Program. It is evident through both her work as well as other organizations that Margo has great compassion, appreciates diversity, and desires to serve others.Sarah Schollmeyer is a junior from Hudsonville, Michigan, majoring in public relations. Sarah has been involved with ASNMU, Black Student Union, the Student Finance Committee, and much more. Sarah has also been involved in various volunteer opportunities, including Stuff the Truck, Shoe Box for Street Persons, Make A Difference Day, and Wildcat Weekend. Sarah has completed over 100 hours in the Citizenship Edge in Superior Edge, with 84.5 of the hours logged as civic engagement. Outstanding work, Sarah!
Superior Edge/Volunteer Center Staff

Volunteer Center/Superior Edge Staff

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