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10236-You can earn the President's Volunteer Service Award!
Posted for Student Affairs by Carina Alcantara on Jun, 23 2014
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UT Civic Service Awards

UTPA Students, faculty, staff, and groups with the required amount of hours are eligible to receive the President’s Volunteer Service Award, a prestigious national honor offered in recognition of volunteer commitment.

What is President’s Volunteer Service Award?

"The President's Council on Service and Civic Participation created the President's Volunteer Service Award program as a way to thank and honor Americans who, by their demonstrated commitment and example, inspire others to engage in volunteer service." – Presidential Service Award Web site

How do I earn a President’s Volunteer Service Award?

To earn an award, individuals, families, and groups must keep a record of volunteer activities served. Activities may be kept by the Certifying Organization (UTPA) or can be tracked online with the USA Freedom Corps Record of Service at http://www.utpa.edu/utvolunteer.  

For more information, visit award information at http://www.utpa.edu/utvolunteer/awardInfo.htm.  

The great thing about this website is that you can back track your hours!!

We do encourage you to login and track your hours, so we can honor your service to our country!

For more information please check on http://www.utpa.edu/utvolunteer/faq.htm#question1  or call at (956) 665-2660.

Thank you for your service and your time.



For community service events, please visit the UTPA Office for Student Involvement - Community Service Connection Bronc Link page at https://utpa.collegiatelink.net/organization/volunteering.