The Coyotes Serving Others community service program was developed in the summer of 2015 to give student organizations the opportunity to work more closely with the Womenís, Menís, and Intercultural Centers. Through this program students will be offered various experiences to learn more about their campus community.
The Coyotes Serving Others (CSO) community service program connects students to the
LSC-Kingwood community through meaningful and mutually beneficial service experiences that encourage volunteers to meet community needs, explore their interests and talents, and fulfill their civic engagement responsibilities.
Roles & Responsibilities
Volunteers will assist the Intercultural, Menís and Womenís Centers with the following duties:
Set-up and tear down of small and large-scale events
Signing in attendees at events
Distributing and collecting program evaluations
Helping to facilitate small scale programming
Informing others about the Intercultural, Menís and Womenís Center
Helping with other duties as assigned
Market events to students
Increase awareness of campus climate
Engagement in college activities
Development and growth of leadership skills
Obtain knowledge about working with others in a diverse society
Build and maintain relationships with fellow students and community members
Experience with event planning and management
All individuals interested in working with the centers will need to attend a 30 minute training session before volunteering. These training sessions will include information about the centers, expectations, and duties of volunteers.