Missouri State University

Community Opportunities Newsletter

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Our newsletter highlights various community involvement opportunities that exist for students to be involved in Springfield.  Further, we feature service and leadership opportunities for Bear Service Days, Bear Breaks, and other service organizations that have opportunities open to the entire campus.

This is a great way to learn more about how to get service hours, become more involved in the community, and see what the community need is throughout Springfield. 

It is easy to sign up and you can always unsubscribe. We do not use your e-mail for any other purpose than this weekly e-mail.

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Schedule of Newsletter: The newsletter will be e-mailed out weekly on Monday afternoons during the regular academic calendar.  The newsletter will maintain a biweekly schedule during the summer semesters.  In the event that the University is closed on Mondays, a Tuesday newsletter will be sent out.

To Unsubscribe: There should be an unsubscribe link at the bottom of the newsletter if you no longer wish to receive the newsletter.  If you have issues e-mail volunteer@missouristate.edu

Fraternity & Sorority Life: All Presidents, Service/Philanthropy Chairs, and Executive Board (IFC/PHA/NPHC) are automatically added to the newsletter each semester.  If you do not wish to receive the e-mails please notify volunteer@missouristate.edu

Submit an Opportunity

If you are a non-profit or have a service opportunity for students at Missouri State University, it is easy to submit to our newsletter. 

Purpose: The purpose of the newsletter is to promote various opportunities for students to become engaged throughout the community.

What will be posted: The newsletter will include postings that meet the following criteria:

  • Must be open and available to all Missouri State University students
  • Posting must be affiliated or promoting a non-profit agency
  • Opportunity must be accessible to the average Missouri state University student
  • Student organizations and campus departments can post opportunities if they are accessible and available for all students regardless of major, interest, or affiliation
  • Postings should be serving a community/humanitarian need and can include community service, philanthropic, or internship opportunities

How long posts are maintained: The newsletter will promote opportunities according to the following time schedule:

  • One-time or event postings will remain in the newsletter until the event date, starting four weeks prior.
  • Ongoing general postings will be posted for two months, and can be reposted at the agency’s request.

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