For those interested in becoming involved with the Latinx Resource Center, the LRC hosts a Volunteer Program in which volunteers will have the opportunity to gain new skills, build new connections, engage in leadership and develop skills across various domains. Volunteers must be available to attend bi-weekly volunteer meetings and be able to allocate 3 hours per week for Winter and Spring quarters.
Benefits of being a volunteer
- Gain new skills
- Build new connections
- Bring amazing ideas to life!
- Engage in leadership, personal, and professional development
- Social Media - TikTok & Instagram
- Community Outreach
Meet our 2021-2022 Volunteers!
2nd Year, Economics, Minoring in Management and Urban Planning
Fun fact: I have never watched Spongebob while growing up.
3rd Year, Spanish
Fun fact: I used to compete in slam poetry festivals as a teenager/budding adult.
2nd Year, Psychology, Sociology, & Criminology, Law & Society
Fun fact: I love bad TV, horror, and Pokemon! Also, I can make 3D flower gelatin and any pearler bead art if you catch me at a good time.
1st Year, Criminology, Law & Society
Fun fact: My current favorite genre of music is Spanish Rock and the book I am currently reading is Tuesdays With Morrie.
4th Year, Public Health Policy
Fun fact: I joined our school’s Women Rugby Club, my freshman year of college, and now I am the Vice President.
3rd Year, Chemistry, Concentration in Chemical Biology
Fun fact: I love music and I love to dance. My favorite style of Latin American music is Bachata.
3rd Year, Public Health Policy
Fun fact: I’ve been listening to Los Enanitos Verdes nonstop lately.
Any questions? Contact us!
ADMIN INTERN | VOLUNTEER PROGRAM COORDINATOR