Community partners are the lifeblood of the ACC Service-Learning program, opening their doors to ACC students to engage them in meaningful service projects. In order to help make the service-learning project design process as simple as possible, the Office of Experiential Learning has developed three methods for community organizations to voice their needs to ACC, detalied below.

The ACC Volunteer Hub

Not ready to commit to a service-learning project, but still in need of volunteers? We can help with that too! If you would like to share information about your cause with our students, we would love to feature you on our ACC Volunteer Hub website. Simply complete our Volunteer Hub Info Form to submit your organization for review, and we will develop a personalized bio page for your nonprofit.

The Service-Learning Project Proposal Form

Have a recurring volunteer opportunity or a larger project you’d like to tackle? If your organization could benefit from collaborating with students and faculty from any ACC Area of Study to tackle a service-project over the course of a semester, this is the form for you! Upon submission of this form, our Service-Learning Coordinator will review your proposal and match you to an available faculty fellow whose academic learning goals align with your project idea. Visit our Project Proposal Form HERE to get your project started!

ACC on GivePulse

Does your organization have an event coming up that you could use help with from ACC student volunteers? Do you already have a Give Pulse account? Affiliate with ACC on GivePulse to share your volunteer with all ACC students and affiliates! This is the fastest way to get the word about your upcoming events to ACC volunteers.

Don’t have a GivePulse account? No worries! Complete our Project Proposal Form, select ‘Volunteer Opportunity’ and we’ll post your event to GivePulse for you!


Contact with questions or concerns about volunteer recruitment.