Bronco Volunteer is a volunteer referral matching service where we connect students, faculty and staff with community organizations in the hopes that they will be involved in civic engagement activities in the community around them.
Students volunteer their own time or with a club and do not get paid for their service. The service takes place separate from a class. The community service site informs the students of their volunteer duties and tasks. The service hours can be as few as a weekend beach clean-up to mentoring youth for and entire year in an aftershchool program. The biggest plus is that students can include this work on their resumes.
Cal Poly Pomona is again joining the City of Pomona in its 7th annual Pomona Beautification Day event! Thousands of Pomona Community members will come together to make a difference. Cal Poly has adopted several projects that specifically engage their partners in the community. WE NEED YOU to help make Pomona Beautiful! You can register as an individual, club, group, residence hall, department, etc.
REGISTER NOW: Building 1, Room 108.
QUESTIONS: Megan McDanel, email@example.com, 909-869-3129
SCHEDULE: 7a-8a RALLY (*Optional) Meet at City Hall
8a-12p SERVICE: Serve in Pomona with one of our eight confirmed community partners. Projects include cleaning, weeding, gardening, painting, and repair work. Sites include Inland Valley Hope Partners, Angels Who Care, Pomona Historical Society, School of Arts and Enterprise, Prototypes, and the Pomona Historical Society. Specific instructions will be emailed once participant has registered and completed consent forms.
12p-3p CELEBRATE!: (*Optional) Meet at the FAIRPLEX, Gate 1 for free lunch and entertainment. (Tickets will be given at your service site upon completion of project.)
The Center for Community Engagement (CCE) serves to create, maintain and sustain partnerships with our local, regional and global community. We look forward to partnering with you to enhance the experience of students in their daily lives.To initiate a partnership with the Bronco Volunteer Program, the following criteria are required:
Please note that once you meet the criteria, we may conduct a site visit to ensure the safety of our students. Sites should not provide opportunities that have students prophesying or promoting a particular religious doctrine or political candidate or they risk be removed as a partnership site. We also highly encourage that you provide a training or orientation to all students who choose your site for their service.
Come to Building 1, Room 108 to meet with Megan McDanel, (firstname.lastname@example.org) the campus Volunteer Coordinator, who can find an opportunity perfect for you! Also, look at our volunteer listings binder to see what opportunities are in the local area. For more information please contact the Center for Community Engagement at 909-869-3129.
Please stop by our office for information and how you can sign up!