Division of Student Services

Community Engagement Events

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On-campus blood drives

Spring 2018 Weekend Community Engagement Trips

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#dayofserVOZ Weekend Community Engagement Event
Sunday Feb, 25th 10am-1:30pm
Voz Worker's Rights Education Project is a worker-led organization that empowers immigrants and day laborers to gain control over their working conditions through leadership development, organizing, and community education. #dayofserVoz is an orientation event for all volunteers, day laborers, staff, and friends of VOZ to spend the day getting to know one another and visiting neighborhoods in Portland to flyer.
Portlanders Stand with Immigrants and Refugees March
Friday, Mar 17th 5pm-9pm
Hosted by Portland Parks and Recreation, the core values of Portlands Stand with Immigrants and Refugees March is fairness, inclusion and resistance to cruel, racist and misogynistic policies. We invite you to represent Portland Indivisible at this event. 
Northeast Emergency Food Program 
Saturday, March 31st 12:00pm-4:30pm
NE Emergency Food meets the urgent food needs of our north and northeast Portland neighbors while working to develop community solutions to secure access to adequate, affordable, and healthy food. They ground their work in the belief that nutritious food is a basic human need and a building block for a healthy life of possibility. 


Community Partner Information

Voz Workers Rights Education ProjectVoz is a worker-led organization that empowers diverse day laborers and immigrants to improve their working conditions and protect civil rights through leadership development, organizing, education and economic opportunity. Join us for a Weekend Community Engagement Event to get off campus and support our local Portland community! Voz Workers Rights Education Project needs our support. Volunteer to help with a flyering and phone banking event to bring in more work to the Worker's Center!

Northeast Emergency Food Program: Northeast Emergency Food Program strives to offer more than just free groceries and clothing to the families they serve. They provide community, job resources, access to gardening materials, community dinners, and more. They offer nourishment in the form of a welcoming space and full basket of food. The morning shift involves stocking shelves, unloading donations, and preparing the floor for when we open in the afternoon.


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Tara Sonali Miller
SEEDS Program Manager
Student Center 112

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