|Age Limit||18 and up|
Bigfoot Service Saturday is an exciting opportunity for Community College of Spokane (CCS) members including students, faculty, staff, and alumni to serve alongside various campus and community organizations and connect with their fellow Bigfoots through a variety of service opportunities and sites.
Be a part of creating an SCC campus tradition!
Did we mention that you receive a free lunch and a free limited edition drawstring pack?!
Make new friends and learn more about the greater Spokane community!
Make a difference in others' lives! What are you waiting for?! Sign up quickly to reserve your spot before they fill up!
To guarantee your spot, register as soon as possible. There will be limited volunteer spots available per Bigfoot Service Saturday date and registration for this opportunity will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Note: All Bigfoot Service Saturday events will run from 8:30 am - 1 pm. Participants will start at the SCC campus with check-in between 8:00 am - 8:30 am and will end up back at campus for lunch/group discussion between 12 pm - 12:30 pm.
Service Saturday Dates:
1. October 5, 2019 - Bigfoot Welcome! [YWCA Spokane; Meals on Wheels Spokane] *Priority registration for First-Year SCC students
2. November 23, 2019 [Habitat for Humanity Store; Northwest Harvest; Mobius Spokane]
3. February 8, 2020 [Ronald McDonald House; Habitat for Humanity Store; Northwest Harvest]
4. March 7, 2020 - Sasquatch Reunion [Habitat for Humanity Store; Northwest Harvest; St. Margaret's Shelter] *Open to all SCC Students, Faculty, Staff, & Alumni
5. April 18, 2020 [Habitat for Humanity Store; Northwest Harvest; Mobius Spokane] ***CANCELLED***
6. May 16, 2020 - President's Day of Service [Habitat for Humanity Store; Emerson Garfield Neighborhood Council Spring Clean Up; Northwest Harvest] *Open to all SCC Students, Faculty, & Staff
For more information, contact Volunteer@scc.spokane.edu.
Must be affiliated with Spokane Community College as a current student, faculty, staff, and/or alumni.
|Perks||Opportunity to give back and make a difference in the local community. |
Working with local non-profits and charities to build community networks and contacts.
Gaining valuable skills to build resume, transfer applications, and co-curricular highlights for course assignments, scholarship applications, etc.
|Causes||Civic Engagement Community Education|
87 Positions Filled | 72 Impacts | 275 Hours