Volunteer on Campus
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Southeastern Guide Dogs! We are thankful for our army of on-campus volunteers who makes it possible for us to better serve our puppies, dogs, students and graduates. With our volunteers’ help, we are able to offer a lifeline of freedom and independence that otherwise wouldn’t be possible for our students – at no charge.
Thanks to the longstanding dedication of our current volunteers, we are not currently recruiting new campus volunteers. However, we are compiling a waitlist in preparation for future opportunities. To complete a short self-assessment to see if campus volunteering is right for you, please click here: Join our waitlist.
“After you’re here and see all of the good that comes from giving to those who can’t see and giving back to veterans, it’s hard not to want to do even more.”
— Karen Kowaleski, campus volunteer
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