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. Instructions on how to do so are here.

This website is updated frequently. If you have any issues with any of the applications, please email the OOI Director Katie at

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

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

  • ASUW Bookstore Board of Trustees Application
    Due May 24, 2023

    • Serving on the Board provides UW students with a rare opportunity to gain relevant business experience that cannot be duplicated in any classroom. University Book Store is a Washington state corporation and board members provide oversight of all aspects of Book Store operations with primary duties including the strategic direction of the Book Store; the employment, supervision and evaluation of the Store’s Chief Executive Officer; and the approval of major capital expenditures and real estate transactions.
    • Link to Application

Service and Activities Fee Committee Application
Due May 24, 2023

    • The SAF Committee is a yearlong commitment and averages up to 3 hours per week. The Committee meets weekly on Fridays, from October through June, to develop an annual budget through a series of submitted reports, budget discussions with unit leaders and directors, and committee deliberations. The committee makes decisions on funding for Hall Health, the HUB, ASUW, UW Recreation, the Counseling Center, the Kelly ECC, and much more.
    • Link to Application
  • ASUW Finance and Budget Committee Application
    Due May 25, 2023

    • The committee is responsible for preparing the ASUW's annual budget through a series of reports and discussions, helping to oversee the financial activity of the ASUW's $1.4M operating budget, and allocating the $60,000 of Special Appropriations grant funding for RSO events.
    • Link to Application

UW Student Technology Fee Committee Application
Due May 29, 2023

  • The UW Student Technology Fee Committee was established in 1996 by the Washington State
    Legislature and UW Board of Regents to supplement technology needs on campus. This is accomplished
    by awarding grants to student groups and university units. The STF generates over $4 million annually
    from student fees and issues between 50 and 100 grants each year ranging from $500 to $500,000 or
    more. The Committee is tasked with reviewing grant proposals and voting to approve them or not. The
    Committee is also responsible for maintaining STF policy and internal operations with the assistance of
    Committee Staff. For more information and to see past proposals, visit
  • Link to Application

Legislative Steering Committee Application
Due May 31, 2023

  • The Legislative Steering Committee (LSC) is a governing body within the ASUW which drafts the legislative priorities for the ASUW. The committee is made up of the Director and Assistant Director of the ASUW Office of Government Relations who Chair and Vice-Chair the meetings, the ASUW President, the ASUW Director of University Affairs, the GPSS Vice President of External Affairs, two elected members from the ASUW Senate, and four members of the student body appointed by the ASUW Board of Directors.
  • The LSC meets weekly during Fall Quarter for approximately 1-2 hours, until the draft Legislative Agenda is passed from the LSC to the ASUW Senate. Additionally, committee members are often asked to spend 1-2 hours outside of the regular meetings to help draft language, research topics, and other tasks as set forth by the committee. By applying to this committee, you understand the responsibilities and time commitment asked of the LSC members.
  • Link to Application


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

ASUW Office of Government Relations Volunteer Application
Due May 30, 2023 (ROLLING!)

  • Interns will have the opportunity to meet with members of the Washington State Legislature, Senators, and members of Congress. They can testify before the legislature, get students out to vote, plan events, and lobby for issues that impact students across both UW's campus and our nation as a whole.
  • Link to Application