Volunteer OpportunitiesCurrent Volunteer Opportunities at Schreiner University!!!
Calling all quality volunteers who are interested in being a part of a vibrant campus community! The following volunteer positions are currently open at Schreiner University. For more information about specific positions or the volunteer program, in general, please contact:
Peg Layton, Community Volunteer Coordinator at 830-792-7211 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Collections assistant, SU Library – Research and inventory of special collections
(multiple positions available)
Bookstore – Assist in the University Bookstore during high traffic times. Duties may include shelving books, greeting customers, displaying and maintaining merchandise and counter coverage.
Choral Assistant for Sectionals – Lead practice sessions for various sections of the choir
Choral Office Assistant – Assist Choral Director with organization and maintenance of music library
Experts – Volunteers who are willing to share their expertise garnered from successful careers in a specific field, avocational interests, involvement in community service and/or experiences with travel and work abroad.
Pianist – Provide piano accompaniment for choral sectional practices
Pre-Engineering Student Organization Co-advisor – Assist faculty advisor in the development of a pre-engineering society for students interested in engineering as a field of study and work. Will require a volunteer who is willing to meet at least monthly with students and who has a background in one of the main branches of engineering – chemical, civil, electrical or mechanical.
SEARCH mentors – Serve as a mentor to a sophomore student who is part of the new SEARCH group under the SU Purposeful Lives program. Through this Spring, 2016 program, students use community service as a vehicle to explore their values and discover their purpose. Mentors will be citizens who are actively engaged in their communities and interested in assisting students through meaningful dialogue. Mentors must be willing to attend an initial training session and monthly mentoring sessions with their student mentee.
Theatre Wardrobe assistant – Assist theatre faculty with development and management of the wardrobe items needed for theatre productions. This may involve creating and maintaining costumes, inventorying current wardrobe items and researching appropriate costumes for productions.
Theatre Construction assistant – Assist faculty and students with development of sets for theatre productions and maintenance of the construction workshop