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Service Site Registration

To view this registration page, please log into your browser in the upper right hand corner.  To register for a service site, please complete the registration form. You will receive an email confirmation with the location, date and time listed. The times listed include travel time. If you need to change service sites from a previous registration, re-register now, it will overwrite your old registration and your new registration will be your active one. You will receive an email with the new registration information.

If you want to add a second site or to change sites, please contact    


List of Service Sites   

Students in the Sophomore Service Learning Community, Education majors/minors or students taking a class with a Service requirement can register for a service site below.

If you do not see the site listed in the drop down menu, the site is closed.   

NOTE:  Due to COVID-19 all sites are subject to change. 


ACLAMO: First Year and Sophomores Service-Learning Community 15 students each day. 
Monday through Thursday

For New Volunteers only:  You must complete application and upload forms here  When application and forms are complete we will set up service orientation.

Homework help and reading.   You will be assigned to a teacher and age group. There will be a class meeting and then you will be divided up into small groups for homework and reading. If students are finished and still online, you can be creative with the use of time.   There must always be 2 Villanova tutors with ACLAMO children. You will be working during a hardworking Mexican Community who want the best for their children and their future.  (Triple Clearance required)

start 9/17

Limited to 7 students from SLC

Every Friday morning, the Villanova chapter of Back on My Feet takes to the streets of Philadelphia and runs together with those experiencing homelessness. By engaging in running together as a means to build relationships, self-confidence, routine and self-esteem, Villanova students take part in getting the homeless back on their feet.

*CCATE:   Center for Culture, Art, Training and Education.  Norristown PA

Orientation:  CCATE VOLUNTEERS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND ZOOM ORIENTATION  Wednesday, September 15,  6-7pm  Join Zoom Meeting

The mission of CCATE is to ignite social transformation developing the talents and empowering the Latin community through education, culture, art, technology, health, and science.  The coordinator of interns and volunteers will meet with students interested in working at CCATE and match you to a volunteer opportunity.   You will have the opportunity to work with a grass roots organization who works with the community in determining their needs and opportunities.  


Monday through Thursday 4:30 --7:30 pm 
After School Program

Homework help, academic enrichment through games and dialogue
Special Topic Classes for Youth during Afterschool Program Villanova students in groups at same time will travel together.


Currently Trending:
Saturday 10-1pm
Spring semester: 1/22, 2/19. 3/19 and 4/23

Description:  Meet high school students from the Philadelphia area who have chosen to be a part of  Currently Trending. Be a part of learning about the unique gifts and talents of high school students who might otherwise go unnoticed or forgotten. Your role will be to use what you have been given to mentor them in any way they need.  You may design and implement programs for the first hour or just join in a schedule program or activity.  The second hour will be tutoring.  Ms. Wayman said there might be opportunities to help with college essays, but you may be working on homework, projects, or papers for school.  Currently Trending is an organization run by (Principal Linda Wayman ted talk) who you met during orientation.

Face to Face
Sundays 11:30 am to 3:30 pm, this includes travel time - start 9/13

You will be serving meals at this organization.

Guests are greeted with smiles, handshakes, and welcoming hugs.  Flowers, sometimes fresh, adorn each table.  Volunteers serve nourishing 3-course meals to guests who enjoy being waited on and interacting with their servers. We are distinguished both by what we do and the manner in which we do it.  Face to Face believes that each guest is the equal of each staff member and volunteer.

Sometimes we share a laugh; sometimes celebrate a birthday or other special occasion, sometimes a challenge is shared, but all the time there is a Face to Face connection with each and every guest.  As one guest said... I came for something to eat because crack had taken over my life.  I lost my family, my job, my home.  You fed me and you inspired me.”

Students will create their own time to meet with their LEVEL partner on campus.

Limited to 6 SSLC students.

LEVEL was created by a student on campus to partner students with differing abilities.  SLC students who choose LEVEL will be partnered with a student who is challenged with physical, emotional or learning differences.  SLC students will assist students with homework, transcribe notes from class or do whatever is needed to help another student achieve their academic potential.  The most important part of this service is to Level the playing field for students of differing abilities.  Through communication and relationship you will find ways to include others who we might otherwise not be included in the social, spiritual and psychological fabric of our community.

Sisters  Returning Home  Women’s empowerment after prison

Service days and times  Wednesday or  Thursday 8:00am-11:20am (includes transportation)  3 students each day

Mission SRH mission is to assist women ex-offenders to successfully re-establish their connection to the community and their families, while helping them to build and develop their self-esteem, sufficiency, reliance and respect.   The goal of this program is to provide women with workplace competence and personal development skills that will allow them to obtain permanent employment.  Activities include Literacy training, computer and GED training for women who are reentering society after imprisonment.

What will you do when you serve with Sisters Returning Home? You will have the opportunity to work with the staff of Sisters Returning Home on their projects to serve and Advocate for women getting out of prison.

  • Office work and Assistance with Projects for education and advocacy
  • Fundraising
  • Educational Programs
  • Contact with the women will be limited due to COVID restrictions

General Assist SRH with new or ongoing projects for the women who come to the center and those who have completed post incarceration program and achieved independence, or women not associated with SRH who are living in the community post incarceration.

If you get a change to be with the Women who come to Sisters Returning Home you may work on  Personal resource development, GED tutoring, Literacy, Computer skills, resume writing and or Interview skills. You may be asked to plan workshops for the women that will help them manage their lives post incarceration.