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Westerman Fellows


DePauw Community Service programs function due to the efforts of student leaders who manage meaningful and effective programs in the surrounding Greencastle/Putnam County community. Coordinators are expected to maintain a successfully functioning program that both serves the target population as it offers DePauw student volunteers opportunities to grow through service. 

This year-long Hartman Engaged Leaders Program (HELP) position serves as the primary liaison between DePauw student volunteers and the served agency/program.  Please contact dcs@depauw.edu with additional questions or concerns.

Additional responsibilities:

  • Participate in a HELP/DCS Coordinator Orientation at the beginning of the academic year.

  • Recruit sufficient numbers of quality volunteers to satisfy needs of partner.

  • Participate in the fall and spring semester recruitment fairs.

  • Host and/or lead an orientation session each semester as needed.

  • Conduct an end of semester reflection session each semester for all volunteers.

  • Attend monthly all-coordinator meetings (Fridays 11:40-12:20). 

  • Volunteer in your agency/program.

  • Meet bi-weekly with the Coordinator of Community Service and Outreach.

  • Manage staffing of volunteer needs at agency.

  • Communicate regularly with your agency/program director and volunteers.

  • Keep an accurate program attendance/hours sheet to be submitted at the end of each semester.

  • Encourage and recognize volunteers who put forth extra effort.

  • Write an evaluation at the end of the semester.


Contact the Coordinator of Community Service Matt Cummings, with interest at: matthewcummings@depauw.edu

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