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Student Engagement

Volunteer Opportunities

Looking for ways to volunteer? Sign up for one of our active projects for one-time or short-term opportunities, or check out our community partners for longer-term opportunities!

Active Projects

Active Service Projects are service events going on that require student volunteers to help make the event possible for the public.  Partnering agencies request volunteers and all requests are posted here. The benefits of choosing active (random) projects are that you can get quite a few hours in one day or one weekend as well as you will get a very eclectic volunteer experience, networking with multiple nonprofit professionals.  Learn More ›

Community Partners

Community Partners are nonprofit organizations and programs the university is partnered with for students to have volunteer opportunities with during their college experiences. The benefits of choosing to volunteer with a community partner are that you can typically have a set schedule for your volunteer work as well as you really get to know about the organization, get to know the staff and become more invested in their mission.  Learn More ›

Active Service Projects and Programs

West End Connection Easter Egg Hunt 

When: April 8, 2023, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 
Where: West End Park

The West End Connection’s goal is to preserve the history of the historically Black West End area of Cookeville. They also aim to connect with the community and create events for the West End area. They are hosting their annual Easter Egg hunt for the kids in the community on April 8th at 2 p.m. They need volunteers to help set up the Easter Egg hunt and hide the eggs. Sign up now!

Overton County Habitat for Humanity’s Race to Build Hope 2023 

When: April 15, 2023, at 7:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m.  
Where: 140 S. Spring Street Central Park Livingston, TN US 38570 
Saturday April 15th 2023-Overton County (UCHFH) is presenting our second 5K run/walk, Race to Build Hope!! This chip-timed race will attract runners of all ages throughout our region. 
Proceeds from this year's race will benefit our Senior Aging in Place Repair Program. This fast-growing program is focused on assisting in keeping Seniors in their homes longer by creating an accessible home and repairing any urgent needs in the home. Habitat for Humanity needs volunteers to help pass out water bottles, check in runners, and be stationed throughout the course. To volunteer please reach out to Habitat for Humanity’s volunteer coordinator Maren Bader through her email at (931)528-1711 or her email at

Habitat for Humanity

Current Home Build:  TBA (on Habitat's website, link below)



You can sign up directly with the Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Coordinator!

Maren Bader, Volunteer Coordinator 

You can also sign up for volunteer opportunities online. On the Habitat for Humanity website, click “Volunteer” to see current volunteer opportunities available with Habitat for Humanity. Once application has been submitted,  the volunteer coordinator will reach out with further instructions.  

Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Opportunities

Community Partner Programs

Community Partner Verification

Non-profit organizations or programs needing to provide verification can do so using the form below. If you have any questions, please contact us for assistance!


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