Whitworth University

Center for Service-Learning and Community Engagement


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About Whitworth Serves

This website is designed to better connect Whitworth students with service opportunities in the community as well as here on campus. Students can create a profile by signing up and begin to browse our community partners and their needs to find exciting service opportunities. Organizations interested in having their info and needs listed on the website can do so by clicking 'Agency Signup'.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Whitworth Service-Learning Department
Phone: 509.777.4279
Email: kculmback@whitworth.edu


Service-Learning in the News

Mayor announces Spokane Gives Week
Gala raises funds for Million Meals
Whitworth students seek to raise $250,000 for One Million Meals
Whitworth students invest in Spokane community through RISE mentorship program
Hundreds of Whitworth students, staff and faculty to team with Spokane nonprofits for Sept. 17 Community Building Day
Whitworth recognized among top schools in the U.S. for its commitment to community service
Second annual BELIEF conference helps high school students aim for college
Whitworth students inspiring others to pursue college

We are pleased to announce that we are now officially the Dana and David Dornsife Center for Community Engagement! Dana and David Dornsife generously donated $1.5 million to ensure that our office would never go unfunded!
Through their generousity we will be able to keep important programs like BELIEF, RISE, Community Building Day, and more funded! We will also be able to fund two more positions in our office so that we can continue to grow our programs and strengthen those that already exist.
You can learn more about the annoucnement and endowment here:

  • Do you BELIEVE?

    As the First Lady recently wrote, there are some schools where the questions is not whether you go to college, but  where. Students in these schools receive guidance from their freshmen year about their courses, college applications, standardized tests, time management and scholarships. But these students are in the minority.  Across the country, many more high schoolers get their support from counselors who are overwhelmed by too many students, substitute teaching and unrelated duties that take their time from helping high schoolers plan for their future.  But here is where you come in.  You can make a difference in the life of a high-school student who may not be considering college.  Support the BELIEF Conference by donating your Flex Dollars and swipes from your meal plan. Share your education with someone who needs it, and help to change a mind today.