Citizenship Edge Opportunities

For the Citizenship Edge, you will need 100 hours that may include a combination of service learning, community service, and civic engagement (a minimum of 10 hours must be civic engagement opportunities).  You will need to do three separate volunteer activities.  Civic engagement activities include:  attending political, governmental, ASNMU, non-profit, or board meetings including school board or PTO meetings; attending public hearings; or working on a political campaign or project.

Possible Citizenship or Diversity (International) Edge Hours

Interested in volunteering or studying abroad?  Check out what projects are being offered now.

Possible Citizenship Edge Hours

The YMCA is looking for volunteers to help with the 7th Annual YMCA Teal Lake Triathlon on Saturday, July 25, at the Lakeview Elementary School in Negaunee (near Teal Lake). Volunteers are needed to help direct runners along the trail, man a water station, set up the course, etc. Groups are highly encouraged to advertise with t-shirts, banners, etc. Contact Ben Platt at or 906-228-3771.

Possible Citizenship Edge Hours

Camp STAR, a children's bereavement service, is looking for volunteers/buddies to help at their camp on August 13-16.  Buddies are trained for 1 1/2 days prior to the arrival of the children and learn how to address any issues these children may be facing when they come to camp.  The children who attend are grieving the death of someone special in their lives, and they are paired with a buddy who will be with them constantly throughout the weekend camp.  It is an amazing experience for buddies, and we have many return volunteers.  If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out this  volunteer form.  If you have any questions, contact Cara Zanetti at


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