Become a part of Huntingdon's lively community through volunteering around town, whether it's a short-term experience or becomes a long-term commitment to helping others. 

Volunteers plant 250 trees on Earth Day to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Huntingdon.

 On Earth Day 2017, Juniata students and professors planted 250 trees in Huntingdon to celebrate the town's 250th anniversary. 

How can I volunteer?

The Community Engagement Office is proud to work with a variety of local organizations serving various populations in Huntingdon County. Below is a sampling of some of our community partners. 

  • Huntingdon Community Center
  • Huntingdon Humane Society
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Huntingdon Community Historical Society

We also encourage you to stop by the Office of Community Engagement for a complete list. There, we'll help you find the perfect volunteer opportunity that suits your passions.

Co-Curricular Transcript Notation

Are you an active partner in volunteer programs at Juniata College? If so, you may be eligible for the Community Engagement Transcript Notation!

If you have completed 120 hours of unpaid, non-credit volunteer work throughout your college career, you are qualified to have “Exemplary Community Service” noted on your transcript upon your graduation from the college.

What you need to do:

Complete a Co-Curricular Transcript Worksheet online or at the Community Engagement Office. With this form you must obtain verification of all service hours completed.

List your position as “volunteer” in the appropriate sections of the worksheet. In the “description” section of the worksheet, note the number of hours devoted to each activity. See a sample worksheet.

Return the completed worksheet to the community Community Engagement Office for processing.

You may also document other community engagement activities on this worksheet. Any activities recorded will appear on a co-curricular transcript in your academic file.