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Volunteer over the holidays.

First semester is winding down and Thanksgiving and winter breaks are coming up. If you are leaving Bloomington, you can still stay involved in your community. IU Corps is here with a few tips to help you engage in the community anywhere you go! Learn how.

volunteer opportunities
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IUB Residence Halls Association: conference volunteer
Help with the check-in process, decorations, hospitality, lunch, and/or clean-up. Develop professionally, explore your identity, and network.
Event dates: Nov. 15-17

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Hoosier Hills Food Bank: meal share repack assistants
Help repackage prepared foods donated from local restaurants, catering companies, and cafeterias. Sign up a group for a once-a-month commitment or come just once!

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City of Bloomington, Council for Community Accessibility: accessibility surveyors
Help reward Bloomington places for its accessibility for people with disabilities. Training and mentoring is provided to volunteers.

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ONGOING, on-campus
IUB Hillel, Challah for Hunger: baker
Come in and bake challah with IU Hillel. Get your hands in some dough to fight hunger! 

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Reimagining Opera for Kids: teaching artist
Volunteers deliver meals to clients one day a month during the noon hour. Time commitment is about one hour per month.

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Pets Alive Nonprofit Spay/Neuter Clinic: development & marketing assistant
Help boost Pets Alive's audience reach in the community and beyond. Open to all majors.

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IUB Office of International Services: World's Fare volunteer
Volunteer at the university’s premier international student event. Sign up for shifts to help with food, be a performance handler, or clean up after the event.
Event date: Nov. 15
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Enroll in PACE-C:300 #GoFundMe for Spring Semester

How do individuals and non-governmental organizations work toward improving the public good? Learn more in PACE-C:300 in spring semester 2020, taught by IU’s First Lady Laurie McRobbie and Sarah Nathan of the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. The three-credit hour class convenes weekly on Wednesdays from 4-6:30 p.m. and covers giving, volunteering, and advocacy through discussions, interactive activities, and collaborative learning experiences.

volunteer news
Middle Way House to raise funds and celebrate 'Abbey Road'
By Ally Melnik, IDS

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In a Service 'State' of Mind: Meet IUB's Foreign Affairs Campus Coordinator
By Presley Batchelor, IU Corps
Forrest Gatrell has always been interested in politics and even more passionate about public service.

United Way continues annual campaign season with events for giving back
By Lyndsay Valadez, IDS

Sixth annual Science Fest connects IU and Bloomington community
By Avery Scott, IDS

'Rain or shine, it’s powder time!': JB5K celebrates 20th year
By Madison Smalstig, IDS
Thursday, Nov. 21 & 22, 8 a.m.-noon
Mental Health First Aid
Saturday, Dec. 7 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Girls Inc. of Monroe County Holiday Hoopla
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