Welcome to the University of Maryland’s volunteer opportunities. 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.
With our nationally ranked schools, leading centers, and acclaimed programs, the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) is on the move. Take advantage of this exciting time to become one of our key stakeholders and help UMB catalyze global advances in health and human services.
Langton Greens Farm We have ongoing need for help planting, and harvesting and packaging produce, maintaining garden spaces and the farm property, and providing care for livestock.Find out more »
Build a pergola and outdoor stage Volunteers will build a pergola and outdoor stage for the school’s drama department. Volunteers may also add decals to windows on the outside of the school.Find out more »
Painting, cleaning, and building shelving Volunteers will work mostly indoors to paint, clean, organize, and assemble shelving for various parts of the school.Find out more »
The Community Engagement Center (CEC) is excited to relaunch our Hungry Harvest Produce in a Snap weekly food market. We are looking to create a team of dedicated volunteers to run the weekly market. If you are interested or know somebody who would be a great fit, please visit: https://bit.ly/2TqhmLJFind out more »
First Fruits Farm Help harvest fruits and vegetables with us to share with local food banks, homeless shelters, soup kitchens, and other food providers.Find out more »
The digital divide has magnified gaps in educational equity for local students. You can help children feel more confident about their learning experience by writing letters of encouragement or making inspirational posters for kids that may be struggling with virtual learning.Find out more »