Welcome to the University of Maryland’s volunteer opportunity website. Our goal is to connect students, faculty, and staff at the University of Maryland, Baltimore and employees at the University of Maryland Medical Center with volunteer projects in our area. It’s a place for you to sign up for service activities, and a place to post service activities that need volunteers.
By creating an account on this site, you can also indicate your areas of interest and your availability to volunteer, and someone from the Community Engagement team will contact you when opportunities arise that fit your profile. If you have questions about this website, please contact us.
•Accompanies and guides patients between services on the 5 th and 2 nd floors. •Provides hospitality and support to patients, family members and other visitors on St. Anne’s Behavioral Health Unit (gives out water and snacks, games, coloring books, word finds, etc.) •Sits and talks with patients in waiting areas or in between services. •Works on projects or initiatives to enhance patient satisfaction/experience in unit. •Maintains confidentiality (HIPAA)Find out more »
The CASH Campaign of Maryland promotes economic advancement for low-to-moderate income individuals and families in Baltimore and across Maryland. CASH accomplishes its mission through operating a portfolio of direct service programs, building organizational and field capacity, and leading policy and advocacy initiatives to strengthen family economic stability. Volunteering with CASH Campaign of Maryland as a FINANCIAL COACH is a one-of-a-kind way to give back to your community and secure a more financially fit future for Marylanders. We currently have over one…Find out more »
The UMB Office of Community Engagement invites faculty, staff and student volunteers to develop creative, age appropriate ways to share their chosen careers with children from UMB partner k-12 schools in support of field trips to the UMB campus. Activities should be 90 minutes in length and should accommodate 15-30 students. Please contact Brian Sturdivant, Director for Strategic Initiatives and Community Partnerships for support in developing appropriate activities.Find out more »
PAL is a national program that works to promote the prevention of juvenile crime and violence by building relationships among kids, police officers, and the community through positive engagement. The UMB PAL program launched Feb. 1, 2018, and is being held at the UMB Community Engagement Center in West Baltimore. Members of the UMB Police Force (UMBPF) are leading the program, which features age appropriate activities in Visual Arts, STEM Programming, Martial Arts, Sports & Fitness, and Character Development. We…Find out more »
The Office of Community Engagement and The Office of Accountability & Compliance are looking for volunteers to become YouthWorks Mentors. A YouthWorks Mentor will volunteer their time between June 29, 2020 and July 31, 2020. As a YouthWorks Mentor you must commit to: • Attending the students' first day of orientation to meet and get to know them. (2 hours) • Participating in a minimum of three (3) additional activities (scheduled from 12:00pm - 1:00pm on Wednesdays) for the five…Find out more »
The UMB Office of Community Engagement invites faculty and post docs to host a local k-12 student with an interest in healthcare career for the Summer BioScience Internship Program (SBIP). SBIP is coordinated by the UMB Office of Community Engagement and the School of Medicine's Department of Family Medicine in partnership with the Baltimore City Mayor's Office of Employment Development to offer paid summer experiences to learn about careers in healthcare. Participating students will shadow a UMB faculty member or…Find out more »