Volunteer

Volunteer Opportunites

Volunteering is a great way to give back to SCC. There are a number of opportunities available through the various College and Foundation programs, such as tutoring, mentoring, assisting special programs, and helping out during fundraising events. Below are a few examples:

SCC Educational Foundation

SCCEF operates fundraisers and other special events on and off campus that are always in need of volunteers, such as Solano Business Connections, the SCC Annual Benefit Gala, and Tee Off for Athletes Golf Invitational.

In addition, volunteer opportunities are available for qualified individuals to serve on the SCCEF Board of Directors and Committees, including the Alumni Committee and Scholarship Committee.

Contact:
Curt Johnston
(707) 249-1667
curt.johnston@solano.edu

Horticulture Program

The SCC Horticulture and Plant Science program operates a community garden open to the public, as well as a garden center involved in plant propagation and sales. In addition, the program coordinates the activities on the Horticulture Club. Volunteers are needed to assist with general gardening activities and the Horticulture Club.

Contact:
Ken Williams, Horticulture Professor
(707) 864-7000, Ext. 5204
Ken.Williams@solano.edu

Tutoring

The Academic Success Center (ASC) recently combined with the Tutoring Center to create a one-stop-shop for all tutoring services at Solano College. It is open to all Solano College students, faculty, and staff and serves as a center to encourage and facilitate academic success through support services that include:

  • computer usage
  • a supportive and positive study environment
  • academic success workshops (i.e. study skills, exam preparation, research and writing papers);
  • information about important campus support resources;
  • whiteboard use
  • drop-in and one-on-one tutoring for a variety of subjects

Contact:
Shawn Carney
(707) 864-7000, Ext. 4683
Shawn.Carney@solano.edu

Mentoring

Puente. The Puente Project assists educationally underserved students who desire to enroll in four-year colleges and universities, earn degrees, and return to the community as leaders and mentors to future generations. A formal mentoring program is included to link students with members of business community and general public.

Contact:
Rebecca LaCount, Puente Counselor & Coordinator
(707) 864-7101
Rebecca.LaCount@solano.edu

Isabel Anderson
Puente English Professor & Puente Co-Coordinator
Isabel.Anderson@solano.edu