Resources for Community Partners
Montclair State University has more than 18,000 potential student volunteers. The Volunteer Resource Center (VRC) exists to help those students interested in volunteering identify and connect with one-time, short-term, or long-term service projects. The VRC depends on community partnerships. If you represent a non-profit or community based organization and would like to recruit MSU volunteers, please contact the VRC.
Submit Your Request
If you are a local organization looking for volunteers and wish to publicize your service needs on campus through the VRC, please fill out our community service opportunity form.
You may also submit additional information (relevant flyers, job descriptions, and applications) via email: email@example.com
Montclair State University features a variety of departments that support volunteer/service initiatives within the MSU community. If you are looking to recruit specialized skill-based volunteers or academic interns you must complete the appropriate application process. Please refer to the information below to discern which program, college or department within MSU will best serve your needs. You must contact these offices directly for further information:
- Service Learning: Service learning is a form of experiential education that provides college students with an opportunity to link academic study with real world experience. Service learning programs are course-based and credit-bearing. Students enrolled in a service learning class receive college credit for participating in an organized community service project that complements their coursework. Requests to participate in a service learning program must be submitted in advance. For more information:
- Visit: Service Learning and Community Engagement (SCLE)
- Contact: SLCE Director Bryan Murdock, firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-655-683
- College Career Services: Organizations may recruit student interns through the career services office within each individual MSU college. For more information concerning credit or non-credit internships and the necessary application process please contact the appropriate career services office:
- College of the Arts: Director Elaine Russo, email@example.com or 973-655-7495
- College of Education and Human Services: Director Linda Flynn, firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-655-6874
- College of Science and Mathematics: Director Gennae Hinson, email@example.com or 973-655-7793
- College of Humanities and Social Sciences: Director Beverly Ververs, firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-655-5194
- School of Business: Director Diane Freedman, email@example.com or 973-655-6965
- Department Internship Programs: For more information concerning credit or non-credit internships within Family and Child Studies or Health and Nutrition Studies, please contact the department directly: