Dear garden volunteers,
The Institute for Sustainability is following the news and official CSUN announcements regarding COVID-19. All garden volunteers are asked to adhere to COVID-19 guidelines, such as wearing a face mask and social distancing. Volunteers are also required to fill out CSUN's health screening survey prior to arriving at the garden.
Any additional changes to campus operations will be updated on the CSUN As One website (https://www.csun.edu/csunasone). Please email us for potential virtual volunteer opportunities.
Volunteer with the Institute for Sustainability
Sign up for your spot by clicking on the signup.com schedule below. We will have volunteer spots until the end of the semester. Volunteer spots are posted 2 weeks in advance. If you can't find any available time slots, please check back in for additional opportunities every other week. You are required to bring your filled-out liability waiver and timesheet to record your hours. You can find these documents in the links below.
*If you are no longer able to attend a volunteer activity that you have previously registered for on signup.com please make sure to delete your registration. This allows other students to register for that space.
Required documents to volunteer with the Institute of Sustainability
- Student Health Screening Survey OR Visitor Health Screening Survey
- Pre-Volunteer Survey
- Liability Waiver Form
Each student MUST complete the survey, print the waiver form, sign, date, and put your phone number. Leave the instructor's signature blank. If you are under the age of 18, you must have a parent/guardian signature. Deliver to our office, Sustainability Center (located between the USU and Redwood Hall), Room 103. If possible, please help us to continue our sustainable practices by printing out forms double-sided! The CSUN printers have this option available.
For questions regarding volunteering at the garden, please contact .
Students can only earn community service learning hours when they are enrolled in a class and the service activity is part of the course. Please visit the Office of Community Engagement website for more details.