Serve on a scholarship selection committee, mentor a high school student, or help in the office. OSAC needs you!
Do you have a passion for seeing Oregon students achieve their dreams of a college education? If so, OSAC needs you!
OSAC volunteers are 18 to 88, who donate their time, talents, and experience for the benefit of Oregon students. Whether reviewing application transcripts, stuffing envelopes, staffing a selection committee or mentoring a high school student in the ASPIRE program; volunteers make a difference in the lives of the students and families we serve.
OSAC volunteers are people like you, who want to help students succeed. They believe in educational opportunities, college access, and Oregon students. They are young, old, working, retired, or attending school – and they walk in, drive over, or come by bus; they are dedicated.
OSAC welcomes you and others with a background in education or financial aid, or with a passion for helping Oregon students. If you have good computer skills, volunteer to review scholarship applications; we’ll provide training. If you want to help middle and high school students achieve their goals and dreams, consider becoming an ASPIRE mentor.