Volunteer. Be part of Beaver Nation.
Saturday, May 17, OSU alumni, students and friends are working together to improve your neighborhood. Grab your rake and gloves, or just come with your Beaver spirit and help make a difference in your community during OSU Community Day of Service.
Alumni and friends can also log their volunteer service hours on May 17th and credit them towards the event. Last year, there were 500 volunteers and about 1500 hours.
The Northwest Regional Educational Service District’s Outdoor Science School (NOSS) program operates in the fall and spring of each academic year to provide outdoor education to attending 6th grade students at residential, overnight camps in the Willamette Valley and along the Oregon coast. To provide this opportunity to our students, we bring on high school and college-aged counselors to volunteer for a week in Spring or Fall, assisting in the education and engagement of our 6th graders.
In return for the volunteered time and efforts of the counselors, NOSS can offer up to 90 service hours, two Educational credits through Portland Community College, and hands-on experience working with youth in an outdoor educational environment.
To learn more:
* NOSS Website
* Description of Outdoor Science School
* Program Brochure