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An important aspect of an applicant's resume and application is their volunteer experience. Health professions schools and programs review many applications each year and altruistic contributions to society are an important factor in the application process. Volunteering your time not only can help your application stand out from the others, but it can also teach valuable life skills that help in any profession or career.

It is common for students to give back in their communities in their roles as members of student organizations, but whether you go that route or additional service is a goal of yours, there are many places in the Lubbock area where students can volunteer.

Below are some organizations that provide volunteer opportunities to Texas Tech University students. To use the map below, begin by opening the content table with the arrow button in the top-left corner of the map. This will allow you to toggle between the various types of organizations (Healthcare, Community/Faith, and Interest/Hobbies). If an update is needed to any of the information listed below please let us know. 

The opportunities and organizations listed in the menu below are not reflected in the map above.

Remote Area Medical (RAM)

Providing free, quality healthcare to those in need.

South Plains Kidney Foundation

Help to prevent kidney and urinary tract diseases.

Lubbock Community Service for the Deaf

Occastional secretarial duties and sign language interpreting; volunteers provide services for the deaf.

  • Volunteer Contact: (806) 795-2345

TTU Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Provides students, faculty and staff with the opportunity to volunteer for outreach and engagement programs, events and activities throughout the year.

Robin's Nest Tutoring

Providing free tutoring to students K-12.

Tomorrow's Leaders

Mentor 5th grade boys and girls.

Voice of Hope

Provide sexual assault & abuse victims with free assistance; promote public awareness.

  • Voice of Hope
  • Volunteer Contact: Leslie Timmons
    • leslie@voiceofhopelubbock.org

Women's Protective Services

Create an environment of empowerment for women, children and families, to eliminate family violence.

The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences

The Buddy Holly Hall has volunteer opportunities available.

North by Northeast Arts Festival

Annual arts festival, celebrating all arts.

The Stockings Project

Creating, stuffing, and mailing Christmas Stockings to our overseas military bases.

Wallace Theater

Creating experiences that entertain, inspire, and empower.

  • Wallace Theater
  • Volunteer Contact: Jillian Johnstone
    • jill@wallacetheater.com

100_TTU Centennial Logo

In celebration of our Centennial, Texas Tech has set a goal of ONE MILLION HOURS of volunteerism and service to be completed over the next year. Anyone that loves Texas Tech is eligible to participate and we ask that you log your volunteerism and service hours using this form. The form can be completed as many times as necessary to log your service throughout the year.