The Center for Humanitarian Engagement was founded in 2018 as a result of the desire of students, faculty, and staff at Walla Walla University to raise the level of service on our campuses. The CHE embodies WWU’s core theme of Generosity in Service by providing impactful, sustainable ways for students to volunteer and serve their community and meet learning objectives through service. With a mission to connect with Christ through service, we are here to involve students in sharing God’s love with those around us.
Learn more about what we do at the CHE in our programs section.
Questions And Answers
If you’re interested in volunteering you have come to the right place! Visit our Volunteer page to view current postings and sign up directly through out website. You can also stop by our office, call, or email for a personal consultation regarding volunteer opportunities near you.
We love making great ideas become a reality! If you have an idea about serving our community, we want to hear it! Please stop by our office, call, or email—we can't wait to hear from you!
The Center for Humanitarian Engagement does not facilitate international service trips.
Campus Ministries does offer short and long-term mission trips. Learn more about international service at wallawalla.edu/missions.
The CHE is intentional about placing volunteers locally in our community. If your organization would like to partner with us on a project, please submit a Request for Volunteers. Please fill out this form as far in advance as possible as it allows us to organize and properly prepare a group of volunteers to work with you.
Thank you! Your support means the world to us.
You can connect with us by phone or email, stop by our office or donate online.
Visit us in Kretschmar Hall, Room 217
To stay connected regarding continual volunteer opportunities please sign up for our weekly newsletter and make sure to follow us on Instagram for quick updates about events that are happening near you!
Schedule a meeting to talk with CHE staff about what opportunities exist to put service-learning into practice as part of your academic course!