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How will you get involved?

Becoming involved in community is a key part of the Clark experience. Make your mark on the world as you connect to the people around you—on campus, in the local community, and global communities.

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Your Unique Contribution

Whether you volunteer regularly, embrace advocacy, raise awareness about the things that matter to you, or participate in days of service, you can find ways to support the local community. If you can’t make a regular commitment, you can volunteer through days of service, like:

  • the Regional Environmental Council’s Earth Day Cleanups, and
  • Working for Worcester.

Fill out our survey, to let us know what inspires you to make change in the world.

Search Tools


The Community Engagement & Volunteering Office uses GivePulse to post information about volunteer opportunities and events with local community organizations. As you search opportunities and meet leaders in the community, you’ll discover that some nonprofits accept volunteers on an ongoing basis but don’t have the capacity to make new postings for each role.

Browse volunteer opportunities

Find Jobs and Internships

In addition to GivePulse, the Office of Community Engagement & Volunteering uses Handshake to post information about job and internship opportunities. We’ve curated some searches to help get you started.

Browse jobs and internships

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Our Community Partners

Looking for community partners for your next research project, or ideas about where you can make a difference? Browse a list of our community partner organizations and filter according to your area of academic interests.

Making it work

Clark Funding

Community engagement is woven into your academic experience through course-based projects, internships, or collaborative research. Are you interested in an unpaid internship or community-based academic research project? Learn more about opportunity funding at Clark.

Contact Information

Office of Community Engagement and Volunteering

Contact us
  • Community partners share new opportunities with us all the time! Contact us for more information and to find out our drop-in hours.

  • University Center, 305 and 304

  • community[at]clarku[dot]edu
  • 508-793-8815