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Service Opportunities & News from the Richter Center

Richter Center News & Events

2016 Spirit of Service Reception

A BIG congratulations to all the students, faculty, staff, and community partners who were awarded a the 2016 Spirit of Service Reception! Thank you for all the work & dedication you've put into the community.

Check out some of the honorees from the event!

Richter Center Student Leader Applications Due TOMORROW, April 29th by 12pm!

Friendly reminder: RCSL applications are due tomorrow! Make sure to turn them in by 12pm at our office in the Thomas Building, Room 107.

Read about the positions & download an application here!

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Fresno State Opportunities

Volunteer at the Bulldog for Life Graduation Celebration

The Fresno State Alumni Association needs volunteers to help with the first ever Bulldog for Life Graduation Celebration. They are looking for assistance on Friday, May 20th to promote the event at department ceremonies & Saturday, May 21st to promote & assist at the event.
The Bulldog for Life Graduation Celebration will be held on the South Lawn of Save Mart Center immediately following the University Commencement Ceremony till 4pm.

For more info or to volunteer, contact Blair Smittcamp at


Volunteer for AmeriCorps Literacy Program

HandsOn has expanded their AmeriCorps Literacy by 3rd Grade program to 15 elementary schools. They are recruiting to fill 15 AmeriCorps positions for the next school year. AmeriCorps members would spend the year developing literacy-focused volunteer programs at high-poverty/low-literacy elementary schools.

If you're interested in applying, send your resume and cover letter to Maria Cisneros at by Friday, June 24th.

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The Jan & Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement & Service-Learning

We are dedicated to improving the education and development of our students and helping create a better community through service and learning.