Getting Started with ACT
Becomming an Official Community Partner
If your organization is not formally connected to ACT, the first step is to contact Todd Mortensen, ACT's Associate Director of Community Partnerships. If you prefer, you may start by submitting the online form to request a partnership and we will be in touch soon.
Benefits of Partnership
Membership has its privileges. Here are just a few:
- List your agency in our Volunteer & Service Learning Database (that you can update online at anytime)
- Advertise your latest volunteer needs via ACTmail (our electronic newsletter sent to ASU Students)
- Submit your agency events/fundraisers to our calendar of non-profit community events for students
- Host a service-learning or community-based research project via one of our academic courses
- Attend informative workshops and other fun events sponsored by ACT
- Find other great ASU resources and connections for your organization
Learn more about ACT Volunteers
Student volunteers come in all shapes and sizes. Read Kinds of Volunteers to discover how we can help you, and how you can maximize your student volunteers.
ACT maintains an extensive Community Partner e-mail list, and we recommend that you sign up in order to stay informed about current opportunities on and off-campus. You can also use this same form to sign up to receive our student ACTmail, in case you want to see what students are getting from you and other agencies.
Visit ACT's Community Outreach Center
Our Community Outreach Center in the Student Union is staffed by Service Advisors who assist students with locating local, national, and international service opportunities which are of interest to them. In addition, they provide information about local social issues and upcoming events. If you are on campus, please stop by.
Check out the CP Resource Guide
Are you seeking all of this great ACT information in an easy to read guide? Download a printable copy of the Community Partner Resource Guide below.
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