Through engageDC GW students serve with one of ten partner community organizations in the District of Columbia. Students provide service to meet the everyday needs addressed by the organization, such as tutoring, meal preparation, or program support and coordination. In addition, students work with the organizations to address issues that build the organization’s capacity, expand the mission or address infrastructure issues, such as program evaluation, volunteer management, web design, or developing new program areas. Students serve a full academic year and new gain perspective through leadership development and build a diverse network at GW and beyond campus committed to social justice.


This opportunity is open to undergraduate and graduate students interested in taking passions and skills to the next level by serving at 1 of 10 nonprofit organizations 3-6 hours per week through the engageDC program in the Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service. Volunteers and Federal-Work Study students are eligible to apply!

For more information, contact us at [email protected].