Welcome to Wake Forest’s Volunteer Service Corps (VSC)! We are a student run organization dedicated to furthering the University’s motto of “Pro Humanitate” by engaging students, faculty, and staff in meaningful volunteer service. This web site is a resource for Wake Forest students, faculty, staff and Winston-Salem community agencies. Please search around to learn about all the great things that VSC does and to find a place where you can get involved!
For the 5th year in a row, The Office of Service & Social Action and VSC are partnering with a variety of groups to host the Read-In at Wake Forest on January 18th from 9am-12:30pm in Benson 401. We are excited to partner with the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Winston-Salem State University, HandsOn NWNC, and Girl Talk Triad to put on this exciting and educational event dedicated to keeping the dream alive through stations devoted to literacy, healthy living, civil rights, and safety. To register as a volunteer, visit HandsOn NWNC’s website: http://www.handsonnwnc.org/eventRegistration.aspx?id=140. Volunteers are needed to serve as reading buddies to the 100 elementary aged children who attend as well as station leaders for the educational stations. We are also collecting gently used non-religious children’s books to be given to each child that participates. You can donate books in Benson 506.
To celebrate Wake Forest being ranked 11th in the nation for teacher quality by US World News and World Report VSC and the Dean of the College are partnering for 11 days of Teaching, a celebration of teaching at Wake Forest. October 15-25th, members of the Wake Forest community are encouraged to tweet and instagram reflections on teaching at Wake Forest using the hashtag #WFUtaughtme. The 11 days will culminate with a big event on Manchester Plaza for students, faculty, and staff on October 25th from 11-3pm. To volunteer as a part of the 11 days, contact Kelly Watson at or share your story using the hashtag #WFUtaughtme!