The WFU Volunteer Service Corps was founded in 1989 by a small group of students. The program was originally housed in the Chaplain’s office and was supervised by a part-time “volunteer” coordinator. Read more »
Who We Are
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.
How We Work
We connect our campus with external agencies and service opportunities in order to develop a commitment to humanitarian values and civic responsibility. Functioning as a programming board, we organize educational and service opportunities for the Wake Forest community.
What We Believe
We believe that every volunteer experience is an opportunity to serve, learn, and act. Therefore, we challenge you to transform your moment of service into a lifetime of difference!
The VSC is run by an Advisory Board (AB) comprised of student leaders. These leaders go through an application process in the Spring and serve a one year term that coincides with the academic year. The 2019- 2020 members include:
Chair: Kate Hanson ’20
Education Programming Chairs:
Mercedes Jackson ’22, Nicole Mitchell ’22, and Lilly Parker ’21
Health and Human Services Chair: Maya Sowells ’21
Outreach Chair: Saritha Venkataram ’22
Special Events Cordinator: Jamylah Harvin ’21
Treasurer: Edna Ulysse ’22
Advisor: Brad Shugoll