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      Find Community Service Opportunities

      • Utilize Services 24/7- an online portal of updated, on-going, and one-time volunteer opportunities on and around UMD's campus. All opportunities are open to students, staff, faculty, and the broader community.
      • Can't find something you are looking for? Email

      Request a Leadership or Community Program for your Group

      • Terrapin Leadership Institute To Go brings dynamic leadership development content, group-building exercises, and personal inventories to your organization meetings, retreats, or Executive Board
      • Terps for Change Pop-Ups are facilitated dialogues to help your members better understand social issues and community causes (i.e. environmental justice, food insecurity, educational equity)

      Find tools and information about how we connect with and support local non-profit organizations. 

      Leadership & Community Service-Learning (LCSL) provides services to students, faculty, staff and community partners to encourage community service-learning that is mutually beneficial to the university and our local community. Here are several ways that Community Service-Learning helps to promote your service opportunities:


      • Register you organizations information on Services 24/7, our most up-to-date database of service partners within the Prince George’s County.
      • Promote any upcoming events your organization will be hosting through a Services 24/7 profile.  

      Volunteer Fairs:

      During the fall and spring semester, our office selects a group of agencies to participate in a campus wide activities fair. These events allow you to recruit volunteers and educate the University community about your agency's issues and concerns. 

      • First Look Fair in mid-September 
      • StampFest in early February

      In order to receive an application, please email

      Personal Assistance and Presentations:

      Students, faculty, staff, and visitors can gain personal assistance in locating community service opportunities at our office in 1110 Stamp Student Union. Our office staff also conducts presentations to organizations, classes, and other campus entities in an effort to promote community service and highlight agency needs. For any questions please email

      Additional resources:

      • For information on how to create internships and recruit students, see resources made available by the University Career Center 

      Coming soon!

      • Transform Mid-Atlantic Civic FellowshipParticipation in the Transform Mid-Atlantic Civic Fellowship will provide students from across the region high impact opportunities to develop their leadership skills and understanding of civic and community engagement so that they may better serve as leaders in their communities and collectively create solutions to our region's most urgent problems.
        • Nominations accepted each January-February each year 
        • 1 student nominated by faculty/staff member from University of Maryland-College Park is selected to be a part of a larger cohort of students from institutions across the Mid-Atlantic
        • UMD Nomination Form 
      • Langenberg Legacy ProgramStudents are invited to propose projects that aim to combat threats of wealth inequality, the climate crisis, voter suppression, and widespread disinformation campaigns (among others) while promoting justice within their university community.
        • Applications available February-March each year
        • 1 student from University of Maryland-College Park is selected to be a part of a larger cohort from UM System schools
        • Selected students receive $1500 in funding and invitations to networking meet-and-greets, professional development webinars, and events to recognize Fellows and their work 
        • UMD Application
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