Office of Outreach and Involvement

Volunteer Positions

Browse through all of the volunteer opportunities that are currently available and apply! All ASUW volunteer positions (including internships) are unpaid.

To navigate the opportunities, click on the title of the opportunity to learn more about it and access its application.

If you are not able to access an application, make sure you are signed in with your UW email address- applications are often restricted so only UW students with valid emails are able to apply.

This website is updated frequently. If you have any issues with any of the applications, please email the OOI Director Julia at asuwovop@uw.edu.

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VOLUNTEERING:

Regular volunteers are students who gives time to volunteer with the ASUW, but do not typically have an official role with an ASUW entity beyond "volunteer."

Office of Government Relations Volunteer
ROLLING!
  • The Office of Government Relations is the official lobbying arm of the ASUW, responsible for educating students on issues pertaining to higher education, advocating at the city, county and state level for student interests, and mobilizing students to express their concerns in the political realm. We are exciting to grow our team by training and empowering volunteers of all backgrounds, year-round. Please note that while our volunteer positions are unpaid, we have assigned office members who work to curate and enhance the volunteer experience for each individual member that joins our team. We are more than happy to work with you to build a role that fits your interests while simultaneously furthering our organizational mission.
  • Link to Application
Asian Student Commission Volunteers
ROLLING!
  • As a volunteer, you will gain valuable experiences through which you may find community, build transferrable skills, and establish connections with ASUW, ASC, and RSOs. As ASC represents one of the largest constituencies of the ASUW Diversity Commissions, there are more than enough opportunities to make professional and personal contacts in the greater Seattle Asian/Asian-American community.
  • Link to Application
ASUW Senator Application
ROLLING!
  • Senate meetings bring together a broad cross-section of the UW student community, which fosters a healthy dialogue surrounding issues affecting students. In doing so, we form the official opinion of the UW student body. We empower students through the democratic process, providing a space where their voices can be heard. Our platform allows for open expression of opinions, and any UW student may introduce legislation. Senators consider, amend, and vote on legislation, thus making the ultimate decision on its direction at UW. Student Senate meetings are open to all UW students. Become a Senator to vote on legislation. However you choose to participate in senate meetings, your voice has meaning and impact.
  • Link to Application
Student Food Cooperative (SFC) Volunteer
ROLLING!
  • Volunteer with the Co-op to be on the front lines of working for just, equitable and sustainable agro-food systems at and around the University of Washington. Help run food drives, organize educational events based on what YOU want to learn about the agro-food system at large, lead a cooking demonstration from your own kitchen or generally connect over food and agriculture. Learn how to build community and use collective action to fight for food justice.
  • Link to Application

INTERNSHIPS:

Interns are volunteers who work regularly with their respective employee or entity for 3-5 hours a week.

Election Administrations Committee Application (EAC) Intern
Due Jan. 15th
  • What is the Elections Administration Committee (EAC)? The Elections Administration Committee, comprised of UW student volunteers, is dedicated to conducting a fair and ethical elections process for the Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW). Throughout the ASUW elections process, the EAC develops a strong brand for ASUW and elections in order to promote voting and civic engagement on campus. Interns assist in the elections planning and processes throughout the academic year leading up to the 2021 elections. Interning for the Election Committee is great experience for those who are passionate about building community and getting people involved on campus.
  • Link to Application

COMMITTEES:

Committee members are volunteers who are appointed by an employee to sit on a committee that has a specific purpose.

No opportunities at the moment, but check back again soon!