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This page contains resources for our official community and campus partners for whom we have a Memorandum of Understanding on file. If you represent a community organization or campus unit and would like to explore a partnership with the CCE, contact CommUNITY Partner Coordinator Whitney Glotfelty at 

New! Community Partner Guide: Working with Student Volunteers

Access your Partner Benefits!

  • Share an announcement with the WVU Community about an event or special volunteer opportunity: Announcement Form
  • Free Classified Ads! Do you have a service, opportunity, or event you want to share with students? Our official non-profit community partners can run a free classified ad in the Daily Athenaeum, WVU's Independent Newspaper! 40 word limit. Send to and be sure to identify yourself as a partner of the Center for Service and Learning. 
  • Board Service: Would you like to invite WVU Staff, Faculty, Graduate or Law Students to serve on your board? We will help get the word out. Board Member Request Form
  • Mountainlair Rooms: Our Official Community Partners may be able to use rooms in the Mountainlair at little or no cost; subject to space availability and policies: Submit a Mountainlair Reservation Request
  • Connect with an Athletic Team:  Would you enjoy having a WVU Varsity Athletic Team serve at your site or special event? Fall 2020, Virtual service only. Request Service from an Athletic Team!
  • WVU Surplus Items Available: Official CCE Community Non-Profit Partners may Opt-In to be Offered Items from WVU Surplus!
  • Hire Federal Work-Study Students to work in your community site: Federal Work-Study is a federally funded program that allows eligible students to earn funds working part-time with approved employers on and off campus. The program is mutually beneficial — the student earns money to pay for college while their employer gains a helpful hand. Pay rates start at $11.00 per hour for work-studies hired in a community partner position. Eligible community sites include non-profit 501(c)3 organizations, and federal, state, or local government agencies serving in the public interest. To learn more about the program and how you can participate, please visit the WVU Federal Work-Study webpage. If you have any questions, contact the Mountaineer Hub.
  • Find a funding opportunity!  Through our Partnership with WVU Libraries, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Foundation Center Online has made FDO Essentials grants database available to our partners through an encrypted link. Please contact Research Librarian, Alyssa Wright for that information. Campus partners and WVU students have access, via the campus library system, to the professional version of the Foundation Directory Online with their WVU login credentials. 
  • Post Internship or Job Opportunities on Handshake - Contact if you have questions after reviewing the Get Started Guide
  • Don't miss out on invitations and opportunities due to a staffing or role change! Send us a Contact Info Update Form

iServe Links

    Guides and Tools

    Service-Learning Documents

    You will receive electronic versions of these documents when you work with a group of service-learning students from a WVU course.

    Service Learning Articles

    Any questions regarding the CommUNITY Partner Program can be directed to CommUNITY Partner Coordinator Whitney Glotfelty at 

    Upcoming Events

    March 23rd 2021  4PM-6PM Volunteer Engagement Fair. Virtual Event presented in partnership with WVU Career Services. 

    April 29th 2021 2PM-3PM Hiring Community Based Federal Work-Study Students. Learn how your nonprofit or agency may benefit from hiring federally funded work-study students, currently at no cost to you.