The Providence Campus has been selected for the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for the fifth year in a row — we may be the perfect fit for you.
The honor roll is the highest federal recognition for colleges doing exemplary service in America’s communities.
Build Career Skills by Volunteering How is JWU different? We actually build community service options into our curriculum. So you have the chance to help people, while you build the skills you need for a successful career.
Want to study business? Do free consulting at our Small Business Development Center. If you’re a culinary or hospitality student, you could teach at-risk kids about nutrition. Or maybe you’ll be a technology student and design a website for a nonprofit at our Alan Shawn Technology & Design Center.
No matter what career path you choose at JWU, you’ll have plenty of opportunities not only to volunteer, but to do hands-on work that relates to your career. Make an Impact at JWU Last year, our students did over 155,000 hours of community service! Join us this year, when we hope to do even more. Visit us to get started.