Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Interest Form

What is volunteering?

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, What are you doing for others?”- Martin Luther King, Jr

Volunteering is the act of donating your time to help others and the ASU Department of Psychology has identified some great opportunities for students to participate in. One step in your career exploration is giving back and getting involved in the community so by volunteering your time you are making a lasting impact for these organizations that are in need of help. If you are interested in making a difference and giving back to the community, please fill out the Volunteer Interest Form to the left.


Upcoming featured Opportunities

  • Feed My Starving Children
    Friday, September 27, 2019 from 1:00pm - 3:00pm
    • Students will have the opportunity to assist in helping turn hunger into hope with their own two hands by packing nutritious meals for hungry children around the world. 
    • Ideal for students who are interested in working with people or children or potentially going into social work.
    • For questions, contact Kellie Brown or fill out the form. 

  • Project C.U.R.E.
    Friday, October 18, 2019 from 1:00pm - 3:00pm
    • Project C.U.R.E. is the largest provider of donated medical supplies and equipment to developing countries around the world
    • Ideal for students who are interested in helping people, going into healthcare or social work
    • For questions, contact Kellie Brown or fill out the form. 

Participation Details/Requirements:

  • Must be an undergraduate Psychology student that is eager to get involved in the community and make a direct impact and difference.
  • Volunteering is not for academic credit but can be a great asset to a resume and to personal growth.
  • We recommend that you log your volunteer hours. Please use this PDF to do so.

Volunteer Coordinator

Kellie Brown

Kellie Brown, Academic Success Specialist

Kellie Brown has been working in higher education for the past 3 and a half years in roles such as a success and life coach, student services coordinator, and as an academic advisor. Kellie has a passion for working with and helping students achieve their academic goals and is proud to be a part of the ASU community. 

Contact Kellie Brown for questions about Volunteer Opportunities. 



Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities

  • TBD

In the News

One of the best ways to learn if you should study psychology in college is to go and experience psychology in action. Carolyn Cavanaugh-Toft leads the Early Start Program in the Arizona State University Department of Psychology, a two-week intensive program that introduces students to psychology at ASU. “One place I wanted to introduce the students to is a place called Homeward Bound.”

Homeward Bound is an Arizona nonprofit that serves homeless families, providing training and housing to help the families get back on their feet. Each year Homeward Bound helps more than 130 families in the Phoenix area. Often these families include young children who are in a pivotal stage of early development.

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