Volunteer Opportunities

What is volunteering?

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, What are you doing for others?”- Martin Luther King, Jr

Volunteering is the act of donating your time to help others and the ASU Department of Psychology has identified some great opportunities for students to participate in. One step in your career exploration is giving back and getting involved in the community so by volunteering your time you are making a lasting impact for these organizations that are in need of help. If you are interested in making a difference and giving back to the community, please fill out the Volunteer Interest Form to the left.

Participation Details/Requirements:

  • Must be an undergraduate Psychology student that is eager to get involved in the community and make a direct impact and difference.
  • Volunteering is not for academic credit but can be a great asset to a resume and to personal growth.
  • We recommend that you log your volunteer hours. Please use this PDF to do so.

Current Opportunities:

Feed My Starving Children 

Founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a non-profit that provides nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children. 

Project C.U.R.E.

The Project C.U.R.E. Phoenix Distribution Center is a fun and vibrant place to volunteer. Currently, we are in need of volunteers of all types - bring yourself or bring a group!.

Group Volunteer Opportunities: We need groups of volunteers to help sort and package medical supplies for shipment, stock inventory, prepare for shipments, and load containers. Groups of <20 people are ideal, but larger groups can be accommodated. We ask that all student groups be high school age or older. 

Individual Volunteer Opportunities: Individuals with time to make a monthly commitment to volunteer at Project C.U.R.E. are our greatest assets. Below are opportunities listed in order of priority. For all individual volunteer opportunities, our goal is to have the volunteer commit to at least 3 hours/month. 

Volunteer Coordinator

Kellie Brown

Kellie Brown, Academic Success Specialist

Kellie Brown has been working in higher education for the past 3 and a half years in roles such as a success and life coach, student services coordinator, and as an academic advisor. Kellie has a passion for working with and helping students achieve their academic goals and is proud to be a part of the ASU community. 

Contact Kellie Brown for questions about Volunteer Opportunities.


Volunteer Form