The Office of Volunteer Services and Community Engagement is proud to recognize Makayla and Jaylah as this years Spirit of Service Scholarship recipients.
Local high school and college students can make a difference at Augusta University Medical Center by participating in volunteer programs this summer.
The Office of Volunteer Services and Community Engagement is now accepting applications for the 2019-20 Augusta University Volunteen-VolunJag Spirit of Service Scholarship.
A volunteer program at the medical center gives local college students a chance to give back to the community.
Take a look at what's happening at Augusta University this week.
Spend your summer serving and learning by participating in the VolunJag and VolunTeen summer program.
For the past two months, the VolunJags and VolunTeens at Augusta University have worked tirelessly to impact the lives of patients and their families.
This year will be the first year that in-patient volunteer training is incorporated into the program.
Augusta University's VolunJAGS challenge all staff, faculty and students to donate magazines for the JagMag Challenge.
Since many of the volunteers already have an interest in working in the medical field, this summer experience is a great opportunity for them to learn what it’s like to work in a medical setting.
Donate your magazines and make a difference for patients and their families.
Chances are you’ve noticed some young folks walking around the health sciences campus wearing a new color of JagSwag. The highly coveted teal-green shirts were specially designed for the younger groups of volunteers at Augusta University and...
Throughout the week, Jagwire will showcase a few of the many volunteers who make up the Augusta University family.