- Center for Community Engagement
- Post-Graduate Service
- Service Trips
- Volunteer Action Center
Community service and service-learning provide meaningful experiences for students regardless of the motivation for involvement. Student interest may stem from a class project, an opportunity to interact with other student organizations, or simply a personal interest in service. Service benefits both the volunteers and those they serve, while strengthening community involvement.
Volunteer Action Center
The Volunteer Action Center is a student-run organization engages students with the community in service-learning activities.
are learning experiences that help you to challenge your assumptions, stretch your personal boundaries and discover what it means to be civically engaged in your community. Wartburg sends groups all over the country during various academic break periods.
Many Wartburg alumni decide to be full-time volunteers after graduation. Click on the link above to learn more about these opportunities.
Elizabeth Award for Service
This award is intended to recognize those members of our community that have exemplified a commitment to service. Members of the Wartburg community are invited to nominate students, staff, and faculty who live out that commitment to service in, with, and for the community.
Kristin Teig Torres
Assistant Director, CCE