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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. 



Monday through Thursday 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm.   12  students per day

Starts Tuesday September 8th

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.  There must be 2 Villanova tutors with the ACLAMO children at all times.  Parents must sign a waiver and all SSLC students must have triple clearance.

Caritas and SSLC students.

5 SSLC student, 10 Students from Criminolgy course.

"Correspondence program between an inmate and a person on the outside.  Incarceration is one of the most dehumanizing experiences that a person can have and a simple letter of friendship from someone on the outside can act as a strong acknowledgement of the individual's human dignity." (ADROP website)

You can send letters once a week, but replies will come more slowly as stamps and envelopes are expensive for an inmate.  (we are not permitted to supply stamps and envelopes to inmates)  Letters must first be sent to the Office of Service Learning email  Letters to and from the prison will be screened. 

Friday time 6:00 - 7:00pm:  10 SSLC students  (ZOOM)

Villanova students will have the privilege of participating in virtual "Circle Up"  with Back on my Feet members from 6am-7am on Fridays.  “Circle Up”  is the time when the runners huddle to empower one another in their runs and struggle to gain the strengths and skills to battle homelessness.  You will meet the runners and hopefully find ways to engage with them and advocate for people who are experiencing life without a place to call home.  Imagine what that is like during the pandemic! Contact Lily Bui at  

Monday through Thursday 3:45-5:00  virtual contact and 1-hour preparation.  7  SSLC students  each day ZOOM   Starts September 14th

The Boys and Girls club will be hosting children during school hours so parents can go to work  You will engage with the children after a full day of school with what Ms. Libby is calling “Brain Breaks. The children go to school from 8:30-3:09pm they will have a snack and get back online for after school

 You will be responsible to plan and implement these breaks for children.  You may be doing some homework help but first the fun and energy There are many resources online for all ages.  like this one for younger children.  It is unclear whether you will see the same children each week, but you will be assigned to a club.

The  mission of CCATE  is to ignite social transformation developing the talents and empowering the Latinx community through education, culture, art, technology, health, and science.  Norristown, PA.  The coordinator of interns and volunteers will meet with students interested in working at CCATE and match you to a volunteer opportunity.   (need all clearances and waivers from parents need to be sent to

General Orientation for all students serving at CCate will be Thursday 9/10 6:00-7:00pm.  Zoom Link to be sent to all volunteers once registered.

  • Classroom Aide for Karyn Hollis in ELL class. Wednesday 7:30 - 9:00 pm 5 VU Students, Start Date 9/3
  • English Class with Holly Link Saturday 10:00 - 11:00 am 3 VU students, Start Date TBD
  • High School Program with Charlotte Stone Friday 6:00 - 7:30 pm 3- 5 VU students, Start Date 9/18
  • College Prep with Charlotte Stone Wednesday 6:00 - 7:00 pm 5 VU students, Start Date 9/16 
  • Community Based Research with Holly Link, 3- 5 hours a week on your own schedule, 5 VU Students, Start Date 9/7
  • After School Program with Charlotte Stone, Monday - Thursday 4:00 - 6:00 pm 8 VU students, Start Date 9/14
  • Girls Empowerment with Charlotte Stone Thursday 5:00 - 6:00 pm 5 VU students, Start Date 9/17




Meet via ZOOM.

Saturdays 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Start Date is  9/19, with service on the following Saturdays  10/17, 11/14, 12/12   10 Students

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, this year Ms. Wayman asked that we help them with their college essays, but you may be working on homework, projects or papers for school.


Currently Trending is an organization run by Principal Linda Wayman who you met during orientation.


Spring dates will be :  1/16, 2/20, 3/20, 4/17,5/22 (ZOOM)


2 students 2-4 hours a week  Start date TBD

#LetsVoteNova is a campus-wide initiative to encourage Villanova students to register to vote and be civically engaged. It is being led by the Student Government Association in collaboration with the Office of Student Involvement and the Office of Government Relations. The larger #LetsVoteNova committee is made up of students, faculty, and staff from across the University dedicated to promoting Villanova’s mission of creating a community that values “the challenge of responsible and productive citizenship.” As student engagement opportunities are largely limited to online formats this semester, volunteers will assist with running the @letsvotenova social media accounts, collaborating with offices and programs on campus, and reaching out to constituencies across campus to get them involved.

Students will create their own time to meet with their LEVEL partner on campus and attend all LEVEL organizational meetings.

What will you do if you serve with LEVEL?  SLC students who choose LEVEL will be partnered with a student who is challenged with physical, emotional, or learning differences.  SLC students will assist their partner 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.

Monday or Wednesday 3:00 - 6:00 pm,  8 SSLC students, Start Date Monday September 21

 Everything we do at Mighty Writers is designed to combat Philadelphia’s literacy crisis. Some forty percent of our city’s students drop out of high school and half of all working-age adults have basic literacy issues. These are the statistics we are out to change.  Our volunteers are integral to our success. Over 300 of the city’s best creative minds (writers. teachers, journalists, artists, etc.) teach and mentor some 2,000 kids at Mighty Writers annually.


10:30 am - 12:30 pm 2 VU students

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm 4 VU students.


The Literacy Council of Norristown empowers adults to improve literacy skills or learn the English language utilizing trained volunteers and teachers who provide tutoring or classroom instruction at little or no cost”  Two ways to participate:  Application is required—copy of criminal background check.

·         Classroom Aide: (#)  you will join the teacher in ZOOM class and engage with students in the class based on the needs of teacher and student. One meeting with teacher is required.  Language Learning Begins  September 14th.   You must attend both days of class.  Attending 2 days orientation  September 24th 6-7:30pm.

·         Become a trained tutor: (#)   You must commit to tutoring through April 2021.  (you would be welcome beyond your year in SLC).  Training  9/24, 10-2,6 and 8  from 6pm-8pm.  You would be assigned a tutee (ALWAYS HAVE ANOTHER VILLANOVA STUDENT PRESENT WHILE TUTORING)  and given training materials to meet your students. (question about this)


The primary mission of Redeemed for a Cause Outreach (RFAC) is to serve as a catalyst for trafficked women and girls to realize their intrinsic worth and true potential.  We seek to return hope to the lost, abandoned, broken, rejected, and abused and guide our victims/survivors through a true metamorphosis of the mind, body, and spirit. In rebuilding themselves and their lives, our women and girls realize their intrinsic worth, true potential, and life purpose. Our women and girls become redeemed.  (in progress)

Tuesday or Thursday 9:00 - 10:30 am 4 students, Start Date Thursday October 1

We assist women returning from prison to the community by re-establishing their connections to family while helping  to build and develop self-esteem, self-respect, self-confidence, and self-sufficiency. 

If you are a sophomore leader for Ruibal you will use this service to fulfill your SLC service commitment.  Hours and placement will be managed through Ruibal.

Alumni Hall

What is Service Learning Community

Service: You will mentor a child or teen, tutor in classroom and after school programs, teach adult literacy, teach in local high schools, and teach Peer Mediation to elementary school children or high school students for 3-4 hours per week.

There are soup kitchen and homeless shelter service sites available.

Learning: You are required to take one course fall and spring semester that are designated for the Sophomore Service Learning Community. You are also required to register for a 1 credit integrating seminar.

Community: You will live with students who share values and desire to serve the poor and examine the causes and structures in society which keep people poor. You will enjoy Community nights, evenings of reflection celebration dinners, orientation in August and January and day of service in September and opportunities to choose some weekends of service.