Weider Community Engagement

Programs

For event details, see Events in the Nazareth College App.

Community Engagement Opportunities

Non-credit-bearing (or co-curricular) community service opportunities are student learning opportunities through service, ranging from one-time days of service to weekly immersive partnerships with community organizations. Alums also can play a role.

  • Short-Term Opportunities - days of service, fundraisers 
  • Naz Alternative Breaks* - community-based service experiences during winter and spring break domestically and globally
  • Advocacy & Political Engagement - #NazVotes, activism resources, political engagement, voter education (including Monroe County Election Fellows Program)
  • Partners for Serving * - working with eleven community organizations supporting issues around refugee resettlement, homelessness and housing, youth development, elder health, and economic opportunity and educational support
  • Partners for Learning * - tutoring in-school and after-school with youth in eight urban settings

* Programs marked with an asterisk fulfill the experiential learning requirement in Nazareth's Uncommon Core.

Leadership Opportunities

Looking to get involved at the next level?

Involvement Fair

Near the beginning of each semester, representatives of student clubs and organizations, Naz service programs, and community organizations gather to offer information and answer questions.

Post-grad Service

Launch your career and do good through an international or domestic service program such as the Peace Corps or AmeriCorps. Learn about post-grad service options.

Hallmarks of community service