OMSA Volunteer Team
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is rapidly growing and expanding programs. Therefore, we need the help of motivated, energetic individuals. Some volunteer duties will include helping with program planning, giving feedback and/or ideas about programs and events, also some advising/marketing for all OMSA events. Getting involved with OMSA gives the students the opportunity to learn about other students' ethnicity and culture. Students will also become more familiar with other VCU students as well as VCU professionals.
As a member of the "OMSA Volunteer Team," you will represent our office.
Benefits of Joining Us
- To connect with other cultures
- Increase one's understanding of other cultures/ethnic groups
- Learn how to network
- Learn how to do program development and management
- At the end of the year, we plan to offer a Recognition and Social event for our volunteers.
If you or anyone you know are interested in becoming a part of the OMSA Volunteer Team, an application is available online.
The primary mission of OMSA is to assist traditionally underserved and/or underrepresented student populations (i.e. race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and gender) through advising, support, program development, retention, mentoring and by promoting an appreciation of diversity throughout the campus community.
Faith A. Wilkerson, M.Ed
Dionne Shepperson, M.Ed
Interim Assistant Director
LGBT & Women's
Services Graduate Assistant
All requests for meeting space in the OMSA office must be submitted no less than 5 working days prior to the meeting. Only requests accompanied by a signed "OMSA Room Reservation Guidelines" will be accepted.
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