DOT Opportunities at OSU and Corvallis

Now, check out some DOT opportunities found on campus and in the Corvallis community. View CCE's full list of civic engagement opportunities.For additonal options, visit the Northwest Earth Institute's EcoChallenge website for ideas in the area of water conservation, energy efficiency, sustainable food options, alternative transportation, trash reduction, and civic engagement. 


  • Commit to composting, recycling, and responsible consumer education (ON-CAMPUS)

Health & Wellness

  • Organ and tissue donation awareness in high schools and in the community: Volunteer with Donate Life Northwest

Hunger & Poverty

  • World food insecurity:  Commit to eating at least two meat-free dinners a week (ON-CAMPUS)
  • Food insecurity: Volunteer with SAGE (Starker Arts Garden for Education)
  • Work to start additional community gardens that provide food to local food banks
  • Volunteer and donate to the OSU Food Pantry (ON-CAMPUS)
  • Domestic and global poverty alleviation: Get trained as an activist with RESULTS

Youth & Education

  • Youth mentoring and development: Volunteer with the Boys & Girls Club
  • Tutor or mentor at a local elementary, middle, or high school
  • Work with creating and promoting anti-bullying programs in schools
  • Engage with international peers with the INTO OSU Conversant Program (ON-CAMPUS)
  • Acquire a Social Justice Minor (ON-CAMPUS)
  • Want to add an opportunity to this list? Email the Center for Civic Engagement with the details of the opportunity at