Faculty and staff members are encouraged to take part in the CMU experience by volunteering through campus-sponsored activities. There are many opportunities for you to volunteer your time, from annual events to ongoing commitments.
The Office of Student Leadership, Involvement, and Civic Engagement (SLICE) provides opportunities for students to connect with the CMU community outside of the classroom.
Volunteer and engagement opportunities include one-on-one interactions, such as advising a student organization or Greek Chapter or providing mentorship, volunteering at events, or sharing your expertise. There are also opportunities for your office or department to come together to host an activity or be present at larger traditions and events.
Staff Council provides annual opportunities for staff members to volunteer their time. Volunteers do not need to be members of Staff Council to participate.
Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day in April
- CMU Community Picnic in May
- CMU Community Food Drive in October/November
See Staff Council's Get Involved page for upcoming events.
Virtual Neighbors & Host Family Program for International Students
The Virtual Neighbors & Host Family Program for International Students helps our international students engage more meaningfully with Pittsburgh and the local culture. The program also gives CMU community members a chance to volunteer as hosts, deepening their connection to the university. Hosts gain a unique perspective about the world by sharing their traditions and hobbies with students who are new to this country.
Please visit the program website for more information on how the program works and how to get involved.