UT VOLbreaks gives students the opportunity to spend their spring or fall break making new friends, creating lasting memories, and serving communities across the country.
Throughout April, UT’s Office of Sustainability will work with students, faculty, and campus partners to provide a range of environmentally focused events to celebrate Earth Month.
UT has named a campus hub for educating and engaging students in meaningful leadership and service opportunities in recognition of alumnus Clay Jones and his wife Debbie.
Hundreds of Vols participated in service and celebrations of Martin Luther King Jr. on campus and in the community.
The Center for Leadership and Service began tracking service hours six years ago, and this fall, students passed the 500,000-hour mark.
Celebrating its 25th year, UT’s Center for Leadership and Service is preparing to send nine teams on fall break trips to work in communities around the region on projects involving education, public health, and wealth inequality.
Around 240 students spent part of Tuesday morning packing bags of supplies for the homeless and creating other items to help kids, the elderly, and shelter pets.
The UT Leadership Academy has announced its class of fellows for the 2018–19 academic year.
Since 1993, students have embodied what it means to be a Volunteer by participating in meaningful service in cities across the United States during the university’s Alternative Break trips.
For Ashleigh Huffman, assistant director of the Center for Sport, Peace, and Society, every day on the job is spent, in some way, traveling around the world.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the university’s Alternative Breaks Program. The Center for Leadership and Service wants to let you know six reasons you should apply for the upcoming Alternative Spring Break trip.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the university’s Alternative Breaks Program. Here are three ways you can get involved with the Alternative Breaks program as a faculty or staff member.