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Interested in enriching your undergraduate experience? Join one of our many undergraduate-led clubs in Psychology and Neuroscience to connect with other majors, attend club events, bolster your resume, and make new friends!

Volunteer Opportunities

Looking to volunteer in the community? Volunteering is an excellent way to develop professionalism skills, learn more about psychology, get hands-on experience, and enhance your undergraduate career. Check out some volunteer opportunities below!

Provide support as a mentor and friend to a community member with mental health issues
Mental Health Association Volunteer Services
(919) 942-2128
Empower children and adults with disabilities through horseback riding and equine-assisted activities
NCTRC Volunteer Coordinator
(919) 304-1009



Teach skills to individuals with developmental disabilities including autism, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy, by providing services in the family’s home and surrounding community
Raleigh Office
(919) 854-4400
Provide support to teenage parents by spending time with a parent, attending monthly peer group meetings, and reinforcing program goals
Orange County Department of Social Services
(919) 968-2000
Provide ongoing support for children and adults with development disabilities, including autism, cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, and other conditions
Durham/Orange County Office
(919) 942-5119
Instruct and support children and adults with autism in Chapel Hill
Autism Society of North Carolina
(919) 743-0204
Tutor grades 6-12 students who need additional academic support
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools
(919) 929-2106
Volunteer with a variety of patients at the state psychiatric facility
Department of Health and Human Services
(919) 855-4800
Volunteer for a variety of placements throughout the Chapel Hill-Carrboro school system working with pre-K through grade 12 students
Central Office
(919) 967-8211
Help with tasks at a clubhouse rehabilitation program for members living with mental illness
Club Nova
(919) 968-6682
Empower youth by equipping them with necessary skills, cultural enrichment, and academic enhancement while establishing mentor relationships and teaching children to identify community resources
UNC Stone Center
(919) 962-9001
Provide hotline and in-person crisis counseling, career and financial counseling
Compass Center
(919) 968-4610
Provide one-on-one supervision to individuals with autism or other developmental disabilities
Extraordinary Ventures
(919) 967-1100
Volunteer in a variety ways to assist with the food pantry, community kitchen, HomeStart, or Community House
IFC Volunteer Services
(919) 929-6380
Serve on the crisis phone line to help prevent teen suicide
Hopeline NC
(919) 832-3326
Volunteer to to provide healthy food and nutrition lessons to hundreds of local children every week in Orange County
(919) 636-4860
Provide one-on-one instruction in a sport to youth and adults with developmental disabilities
Special Olympics Orange County
(919) 968-2810
Respond to the 24-hour help line or present violence prevention programs to K-12 students
OCRCC Volunteer Services
(919) 968-4647
Serve as a mentor for at-risk youth
Volunteers for Youth
(919) 967-4511
Use hands-on science and nature activities to bring joy and well-being to patients, outpatients, and families at UNC Children’s Hospital
Andrew Torlage
(919) 249-8404