As part of the ICAP program, the Civic Engagement Office seeks to develop mutually beneficial partnerships with local nonprofit organizations.  Partner organizations can host an ICAP member for a portion of a student's 300 hour commitment to service.  The program's objective is for each student to split their commitment between two community partners.  This is a great opportunity to form lasting partnerships between the college and community organizations.  

As a service site, agencies would be expected to provide training to students as needed and instruct them in planned, meaningful, volunteer service. The students should have a project supervisor to whom they will report and work with students to create a volunteer schedule. This supervisor may also be asked to provide feedback and evaluation on the student's work.     

If you are interested in working with students to make a difference in our community, or if you have any questions about this opportunity, please contact the Civic Engagement Office.

Previous ICAP Service Sites:

  • Mount Vernon-Lisbon Community Development Group
  • Cedar Valley Humane Society
  • St. Luke's Hospital
  • Matthew 25 Ministry Hub
  • Willis Dady Emergency Shelter
  • Brucemore Historical Site