Volunteer work provides the opportunity to grow while supporting others. The Barnes Center at The Arch offers a number of ways for members of the campus community to volunteer.
Student Health Advisory Committee
The Student Health Advisory Committee is a group of students across campus that provide guidance and feedback on Barnes Center at The Arch health initiatives, programs and services. This group is composed of students that have been nominated by staff, faculty and other students in representation of their school or college. The students are asked to volunteer for four to five hours per month, including a monthly 90-minute meeting and monthly projects between meeting times.
Nominations for the 2021-2022 academic year are now open. The committee seeks a diverse group of students across the campus community, that can provide honest feedback and have the time to fully commit to this volunteer opportunity. If you have a student or students you would like to nominate please fill out the form below.
Neighborhood Youth and Recreation Program
The Neighborhood Youth and Recreation Program (NYRP) is a Barnes Center at The Arch sponsored summer program providing free recreational opportunities to Syracuse community youth, ages six to thirteen. NYRP is designed to give community youth the opportunity to participate in safe, structured activities such as basketball, swimming, dance and more.
Student Education and Prevention Team for Sexual and Relationship Violence (SEPT) Listserv
The SEPT listserv is for members of the campus community that would like to receive updates about sexual and relationship violence prevention programming and initiatives. Students, faculty and staff passionate about sexual and relationship violence prevention are encouraged to join this listserv and share information regarding sexual and relationship violence programming they are involved with. Complete this form to join the SEPT listserv, today!
For additional information on current volunteer opportunities or other ways to be involved, email the Barnes Center at The Arch, or call 315.443.8000.