Our programs are centered around the areas of community-engaged learning, democratic engagement, leadership education, preK-12 student success and place-based initiatives.
Funding for students committed to making public service part of their academic experience.
Tutor with Riverways Education Partnership at an elementary, middle or high school, in a variety of subjects. Enjoy a flexible schedule with high impact as a K-12 tutor.
Intern at a local middle or high school supporting student post-secondary planning; support facilitation of Dream Project lectures; and support peers during visits to local high schools.
Intern in the UW Riverways Education Partnership for the academic year. Gain skills in program coordination, recruitment and educational programming.
My work with Alternative Spring Break in my home community of Neah Bay was the beginning of learning how to articulate myself. For the first time, I felt like I could belong to both worlds: the world of the Makah elementary students and the world of UW undergrads. It was during this surreal moment — having dinner as a guest at my former principals house — that I started to see how my academic life could circle back to my home community.
—Auston Jimmicum, '20
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Northshore Senior Center Volunteer
Northshore Senior Center
Support the Northshore Senior Center Food Pantry.
UW Food Pantry Volunteer
UW Food Pantry
Help support the UW Food Pantry by checking visitors in and out, preparing online orders for pick up (curbside pick up model), repackaging food, restocking shelves, and special projects.