SNAP Volunteer Information

Student volunteers from other campus programs are welcome to volunteer. All volunteer hours will be documented. In order to volunteer, individuals must bring original copies of ACT 34, ACT 151, and ACT 114 clearances.

SNAP VolleyballReasons to volunteer include:

  • Fulfill community service hours
  • Additional volunteer hours
  • Looks great on your resume
  • Hands-on experience
  • Work with a variety of people with disabilities
  • Fun and rewarding

To learn more about volunteering for SNAP, see the SNAP Volunteer Flyer.

We also have additional volunteer opportunities that you are more than welcome to sign up for. These opportunities include Lifesteps and adapted swim.

Lifesteps is a community-based organization that offers a daycare program for adults with disabilities. The Lifesteps SNAP program is one hour in length and takes place in both gym A and the indoor pool in Zink Hall. The program runs on specified Fridays from 10:15 to 11:15 a.m.

The Indiana Area School District adapted swim program involves a small number of elementary school students with disabilities. This program takes place at the indoor pool on the first floor of Zink Hall. The program runs every Thursday during the semester from 7:30 to 8:15 a.m.