What is Student United Way?
Student United Way (SUW) is a student-led United Way on college and university campuses; bridging the gap between campus and community and empowering young people to improve their local communities by giving, acting and volunteering, SUW provides students at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) and St. Thomas University (STU) with fun activities and regular volunteer opportunities with United Way and its partner agencies.
GIVE. ACT. VOLUNTEER. Student United Way is challenging students, student groups & associations, teams, faculties, and residences at the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University to give, act, or volunteer with important agencies in our community that are addressing important #UNIGNORABLE issues.
We meet once a month as a group to discuss upcoming volunteering opportunities in our community. Students then volunteer on their own time, at their own convenience. To sign up to receive emails, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students are expected to volunteer when they can. Students are encouraged to attend Student United Way meetings on a regular basis.
Student United Way Presidents and Board Members are elected annually to help run Student United Way. This year’s President is Gracie Gottschalk! This is a great opportunity and we’re happy to guide interested students through the process.
To learn more about becoming a member or if you are an organization seeking highly skilled and enthusiastic volunteers, please contact Peter Cullen at (506) 459-7773 ext. 204 or email email@example.com