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Community Engagement & Service

Service Opportunities


Some ways to get involved

Wesley Service Scholarship
The Wesley Service Scholarship supports students who are involved in volunteer service.

The scholarship requires:

  • 70 hours of verified service (we help you find service opportunities!)
  • Submit 1 reflection journal per semester
  • Participation in 3 peer reflection group meeting per semester
  • Present at the Research & Creativity Symposium in the spring semester
  • Meet once each semester with the program director

Apply for the Wesley Service scholarship

Other Campus Clubs & Organizations
Many student clubs and organizations are service-oriented. Examples include: Sustainability Club, Best Buddies, Stormathon and Rotaract Club.

More opportunities to serve

Religious Life Community
Simpson's Religious Life Community (RLC) provides service opportunities at a variety of non-profit organizations. Regular partners include Catholic Worker House, Central Iowa Shelter and Services, Children and Family Urban Movement, Second Chance Dog Rescue and Habitat for Humanity. Student transport is always provided. RLC coordinates alternative fall and spring break trips to allow students to spend their break doing service in a variety of locations across the country. Learn more here.

The Culver Center
The John C. Culver Center serves as the nonpartisan hub for civic engagement and political events and activities at the college. Click here for more information.

Sororities & Fraternities
Students involved in Greek Life at Simpson are among the most service-oriented at the college. Each chapter promotes a particular philanthropy and conducts service and programming around their philanthropy. To learn more about Greek life at Simpson, click here.

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