Volunteer Center of Burlington County is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2016 Joseph M.Laufer College Scholarship Awards:
Taylor Kane - Lenape HS - $7,500
Kelly Li, Moorestown HS - $7,500
Eric Biehn, Shawnee HS - $5,000
Miguel Gonzalez, Pemberton HS - $5,000
Ryan Hoffman, Delran HS -$5,000
Thank you to all those who applied for the scholarship awards for their respective volunteer service to their school and community-at- large.
The FrontierInternet.org team has launched a $1,000 award to support nonprofit and community service initiatives. Volunteers may apply for the opportunity by writing an essay answering two questions:
On what technology would you invest this grant?
How would it benefit your cause or organization?
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Volunteer Center of Burlington County urges you to be affiliated with a disaster preparedness, response and/or recovery organization well in advance of any disaster http://helpnjnow.org/
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The Volunteer Center of Burlington County, a private, nonprofit 501 (c) (3) charitable organization that provides and promotes volunteer opportunities, programs and services to meet community needs, is most grateful for all of its invaluable partnerships with numerous public, private and independent sector entities.
Volunteer Center of Burlington County is in its 20th year of serving residents and organization/groups of Burlington County. The Center finds it to be a great privilege to daily promote the good works of volunteers and the volunteer needs of diverse and vital organizations and groups. Thank you one and all for your support and interest.
Rowan College at Burlington County is offering a SERVICE-LEARNING/STRUCTURED VOLUNTEERISM summer class for high school students!
Students will participate in a minimum of 45 service-learning hours throughout the program while also attending weekly lectures. Students will learn about different service-learning models, community engagement and citizenship, reflection skills, and the fundamentals and dynamics of community partnerships. All placements must be unpaid, non-profit organizations (or working to obtain status), and pre-screened by the Service-Learning Program.
Noncredit course code: CFI 207 50
6 Sessions in Mt. Laurel: Wed., 1:00 – 3:30 pm Jul. 13 – Aug. 17
Register in-person, online, or by mail! More details are available in the Summer 2016 Professional Development & Personal Enrichment Programs Brochure - http://www.rcbc.edu/files/PDFFiles/publications/Non-Credit-Brochure/Summer%202016%20PPD_FINAL%20PASS_Web.pdf
New Jersey Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism and Service
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016
Hyatt Regency, New Brunswick
NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF STATE
GOVERNOR’S OFFICE OF VOLUNTEERISM
NJ GOVERNOR’S ADVISORY COUNCIL ON VOLUNTEERISM
GOVERNOR CHRIS CHRISTIE
LT. GOVERNOR KIM GUADAGNO
Bank of America