To create opportunities to engage the community, alumni, friends, faculty and staff in meaningful volunteer activities that will empower, activate and enrich our students' lives.
The Community Volunteer Program at Schreiner University is designed to bring members from the larger community into the campus environment to assist the University in its mission to provide a personalized, integrated education that prepares its students for meaningful work and purposeful living in a changing global society.
In turn, volunteers have the satisfaction of contributing their time and energies in areas of personal interest; interacting with a vibrant community of students, faculty and staff; gaining new knowledge and life experiences; and, developing a new circle of friends and acquaintances.
Want a unique volunteer experience? Simply complete and submit the volunteer application. We can't wait to talk with you and learn more about your interests and the skills and expertise you have to offer!
Volunteer Fair 2017
Volunteers are involved throughout the campus in a variety of positions. A sampling of some of our volunteer opportunities includes working with projects in the library or the Mountaineer Fitness Center, presenting at workshops or in the classroom, mentoring individual students, helping at the bookstore or in campus offices, assisting sports coaches, advising student organizations, and assisting with special programs such as Blood Drives and Food Bank distributions.
Come in and talk with us about your interests. There are new volunteer opportunities opening every day!
Volunteers become a part of the Schreiner family and share in many of the same benefits as our employees. When you join the Schreiner Community Volunteers program you receive:
Interested in learning more about what you can do as a volunteer at Schreiner University? For additional information contact Dr. Debby Berry, ED.D at 830-792-7211 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Or, to begin the process immediately you may submit your application on-line or download a copy and return to Dr. Debby Berry, ED.D, CMB 6229, 2100 Memorial Blvd., Kerrville, TX 78028-5611
Meet the members of “100+ Volunteer Hours Club” for 2018! A huge thanks to these volunteers who donated so generously of their time over the past year.
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Cathy Carden Henry, Kay Harter, Madison Schladoer, Autumn Schladoer, and Bill Thomas
Javier Garza and Jack Wait - Volunteers of the Year award Recipients, Cindy Becker and Bob Davis
2018 Volunteers of the Year award Recipients - Javier Garza and Jack Wait