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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 - Suspended for 2020-21

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 $20 gift certificate to DOMINO'S PIZZA 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 Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates on all things service. Keep an eye open all year long for great volunteer opportunities. 

More info about Make A Difference Day will be coming out soon! Unfortunately, we are unable to service locations outside of Marquette due to COVID-19 and transportation issues.Want an "edge" when applying for grad school or a job? Learn more about the four edges: Citizenship, Diversity, Leadership, and Real World by attending one of the orientations. Once you attend a 1-hour orientation, you will be able to start logging your activities. Sign up for an orientation on <a href="http://thehub.nmu.edu">The Hub NMU.</a>Want to learn more about the Center for Student Enrichment?  Watch <a href="https://youtu.be/_VngcGG8RYc">this.</a>Congratulations to our <a href="https://www.nmu.edu/organizations/leadership-recognition-banquet">Leadership Recognition Winners!</a>Riley is a senior in an economics major from Cadillac, Michigan. Riley was selected for his volunteer efforts with his Student Leader Fellowship Program (SLFP) community service internship with Big Brothers and Big Sisters. He is a Sun Block in the SLFP.  After graduation, Riley plans to have a career in law with the hope of one day working for FinCEN to help fight money laundering and global terrorism. In his free time, Riley enjoys hiking, writing, cooking, and reading philosophy.  From Ishpeming, Michigan, Rachael Loman is a senior majoring in sports science (cluster minor). In her free time she sings in a choir, coaches a high school volleyball team, participates in musicals, and volunteers with the Pre-Physical Therapy Club! After graduation, Rachael plans to become a physical therapist. You are doing great things Rachael, keep it up!
Center for Student Enrichment Staff

Volunteer Center/Superior Edge Staff

Volunteer Center906-227-2466volctr@nmu.edu1101 Northern Center

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