Volunteer on Campus
Volunteer with NJPIRG Student Chapters to make a difference at your college.
Regardless of your schedule, you can volunteer with NJPIRG Student Chapters and make a difference. Whether you can volunteer once a week or once a semester, NJPIRG Student Chapters provides a unique opportunity to work on meaningful issues.
You can get involved with a variety of programs, including community service events, environmental campaigns, voter registration drives and local research projects.
To find out about volunteer opportunities on your campus - APPLY NOW!
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Work on important issues, learn valuable skills, get hands-on experience, and make a difference.
"NJPIRG was one of the first organizations to reach out to me when I became Cook Campus Dean. I have been impressed by their initiative and enthusiasm ever since and feel strongly that NJPIRG both enhances and expands Rutgers academic mission by connecting students to timely issues and providing important and relevant leadership opportunities."
Dr. Rick Ludescher, Cook Campus Dean for Undergraduate Education
"From voter registration to energy conservation to anti-hunger campaigns, frew organizations engage so many students in important challenges, as well as in local communities and the university, as the PIRG student chapter. They get results."
Dr. Matt Matsuda, College Avenue Campus Dean