Impact

Volunteering

Our 120 Volunteers of Community Service Office in Ajman University serve senior citizens, low-income citizens, orphans and special needs in Ajman community and other emirates. Volunteers can participate in 12 community service program, ranging from youth education to adult education to emergency assistance for low-income families. While CSO’s programs mostly depend on a semester or year-long commitment from Ajman students, there are also some one-time opportunities available for faculty, staff and community members to volunteer with us. Thanks to our dedicated volunteers, Community Service is able to serve more than 2000 people each year.

If you are interested in Volunteering for Community Service and to learn more about our programs, please visit our programs page.

Learning and training

Community Service Learning and Education Empowerment Projects are designed to help students and staff progress toward further education, college, and gainful employment. 

As our new initiative program “Volunteer Science” will open a new horizon for Academics, college students and even school students to exchange their knowledge with the community which will result in more knowledgeable and empowered community. If you are over 18 years old and ready to enroll, please fill out our Pre-Registration Form, located in the right-hand column of this page. 

Health and Environment

Our twelve health & environment programs reach a wide range of youth from inside and outside the university community. These Community engagement programs are involved in outreach into the community to assist local residents and students to screen for cancers, donate blood for patients, eat healthy and adapt to a better lifestyle. CSO partners with local corporates in sustainability programs for a greener community and a brighter future.

There are many ways for you to get involved! We encourage you to explore the programs opportunities by viewing our program pages listed on the right column.

Community

CSO engagement programs like field visits, workshops, sponsorships for local events and community initiatives are a great context for students to build community with other civic-minded students. On the other hand, it could also provide an opportunity for employment as in the job shadow day program which was indicated by our students that one or more of the relationships they formed during their Community engagement experience continued to be important to them and in some cases, throughout their entire University careers. If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the Volunteer Registration Form, also located in the right-hand column of this page