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Student Involvement Fair

September 3rd | Dunn Meadow | 11am – 2:30pm Whether you are a new student looking for your niche on campus, or a returning student eager to make your mark, the Student Involvement Fair offers something for everyone.  Meet face-to-face with over 200 student organizations, 40 IU departments and offices, and 40 local agencies with … Continue reading

Concordia Language Villages

Concordia Language Villages offer language and culture immersion programs in 15 languages for young people (ages 7-18) over the summer and they want undergraduate students who are studying foreign languages to lead these initiatives.   They will be on campus on Monday, March 18, hosting an information session at 5:30pm at the Career Development Center.  To … Continue reading

My INvolvement

Welcome!  MyINvolvement is your one stop shop for getting involved at Indiana University Bloomington.  On this site you can connect with any of the 750+ registered student organizations, find student events on campus and in the community, and manage your student organization.  Getting involved outside of the classroom not only supplements your traditional education, but … Continue reading

Callout For Future Mentors

Dear Student, Do you consider yourself a role model?  Are you interested in helping others, giving back to the IU community, or serving as a resource to students seeking guidance?  Want to develop or build upon your leadership skills?  If these questions apply to you then you should attend the Peer Mentor Callout and information … Continue reading

Teatime for All

The Redbud Hills Retirement Community, located at 3211 E. Moores Pike, invites volunteers in to meet their residents for tea or coffee, cookies and a chat about anything from the weather to hobbies to movies or travel.  The Enrichment Coordinator can provide material for Tea Time topics, such as poems, quotes or pictures, or bring … Continue reading

Hoosier Hills Food Bank Warehouse Assistants

The Hoosier Hills Food Bank takes the hunger out of poverty by collecting, storing and distributing food to non-profit agencies that feed the hungry in Brown, Lawrence, Orange, Owen, Martin and Monroe counties.  Warehouse volunteers assist with sorting and preparing products, cleaning, donation pick-ups and deliveries to social service agencies, and large mailings.  This is … Continue reading