Community service opportunities at Towson range from alternative break service trips and monthly service opportunities to TigerTHON, Towson's 12-hour dance marathon.
Alternative Break Connections
Alternative Break Connections are community service-learning trips during the university's winter and spring breaks. ABC participants travel in teams to different cities, engage in active service, and have the opportunity to gain new perspectives on society while meeting community needs, and learning about and building upon community assets
Weekly Service Opportunities
There are always plenty of service opportunities in the Baltimore region, with projects ranging in topic from the environment to mentoring, homelessness to community health issues, senior citizens to animals, and many more.
TigerTHON is a 12-hour dance marathon held at Towson University that raises money for Johns Hopkins Children's Miracle Network.
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To subscribe: email firstname.lastname@example.org and write "subscribe volunteer-l" on the first line of text (that's subscribe volunteer - lowercase L and no quotes).
Start a Service Project
Work with Towson University staff to develop a new community service project on campus. If you have an idea for a new service project, contact the Office of Student Activities.