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Partner with Clark

A volunteer at the Community Engagement fair stands at a table with gear from the Petey Greene Program and talks to two students.

Whether you host volunteers or interns, or collaborate with faculty to develop community-based courses, connecting with Clark University can benefit your organization.

Where to begin

Inquiry Form

Tell us more about your organization and how students, staff, or faculty might engage with the work you do. Your feedback helps us track any requests you may have and connect you to the right people.

Become a Partner

We are here to discuss strategies for recruiting students and connecting to campus partners. Browse the opportunities below for ideas on how to connect with Clark.

Visit Campus

  • Annual Community Engagement Fair: At the start of the fall semester, our Community Engagement Fair hosts local nonprofit and government organizations on campus. Hundreds of students attend, most often seeking opportunities to volunteer. Some are looking for internships, but this is less common due to the early fall semester deadlines for Clark’s Academic Internship Program.
  • Table in University Center: During the year, we can facilitate tabling outside the cafeteria in the Higgins University Center. Most organizations prefer tabling during lunch (11 a.m. to 1 p.m.), but tabling during dinner (5 to 7 p.m.) is also available. Depending on availability, we may also be able to facilitate space on campus to hold an information session or volunteer training.

Post a position

Clark University uses Handshake as a platform for sharing job, volunteer, and internship openings with our students. Create an account and post opportunities, including long-term volunteer needs, day-of-service events, internships, or postgraduation job opportunities.


Host a site visit

There’s no substitute for seeing an organization’s work firsthand. The Community Engagement and Volunteering Center would love to visit you to learn about your programming and see how Clark students and faculty are already involved.

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Our Community Partners

Browse a list of our list of community partners to learn more about our growing network of local leaders.

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