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Opportunities to Get Involved Spring 2020

FYS 129: Be Limitless

We all live with some form of an identity crisis, adopting masks that please our parents, our friends, our coworkers, and our society at large. And, for what? To restrict our creativity and more importantly, to impede us from living our true authentic self; and at what cost? Many students/people are struggling to flourish and to live in a neutral flow that promotes positive well-being. This class will teach you how to capture the moment and to live every second limitless rather than the cultivated and domesticated lives that impel us to resistance and to fear. You will walk away inspired and galvanized to live free and to be limitless.

Assistant Professor: James Williams
Mondays 11:15AM-12:05PM (Full Session)
1 Credit Hour
Use CRN# 33299 to register


FYS 129: Community Gardening

Did your family have a food garden? Are you trying to live more sustainably? Gardening is a form of exercise, and is as restful for the mind as meditation. Food gardening saves money, enhances local ecosystems, promotes our local economies, and helps us eat more healthily. Come learn what food gardening is all about by experiencing it first hand with an intensive garden plot in the UT Institute of Agriculture Kitchen Garden. Polish your cooking skills at the UT Culinary Institute as we learn to prepare a delicious meal using fresh vegetables and herbs. Contribute to the local community through service projects at the Beardsley Community Farm and the Pond Gap Community Garden.

Associate Professor Joanne Logan
Tuesdays 3:40PM-5:30PM (Second Session Only)
1 Credit Hour
Use CRN# 25373 to register


Exploring Majors and Careers Spring 2020

Counselor Ed. 205

Register for the Exploring Majors and Careers course to choose a major or career.

The course is taught by career development staff who are committed to helping you find your major and career path at the University of Tennessee.

The Exploring Majors & Careers course is offered during the first and second sessions in spring 2020. This is a one-credit course that is taken for Satisfactory/No Credit.

Explore UT Sessions

Explore UT is an interactive workshop to help you choose a major or career path. Bring a friend and your laptop! Take assessments and learn about resources and strategies for career exploration.

November 20, 4:00pm-5:30pm, CCD 225

Register on Handshake:

Job Shadowing Day
January 7, 2020

The center is hosting a new shadowing program on January 7, 2020. Contact Chris Shuping at for additional information.

Job shadowing opportunities are available in the following industries:

  • Marketing, Advertising, and Media
  • Non-Profit and Social Services
  • Government and Public Service
  • Banking and Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Speech Pathology
  • Logistics and Supply Chain
  • Law
  • Financial Services and Sales

Exploring Majors and Careers Spring 2020

Each spring the following student organizations will be accepting applications:

All Campus Events

The purpose of the All Campus Events Committee is to sponsor Homecoming, All Sing, and Carnicus.  The goal is to provide the students, faculty, and the staff of the University of Tennessee, as well as the Knoxville community, with high-quality performances and events.

The Organization Resource Group (The ORG)

The ORG is a student-run organization advised by the Center for Student Engagement that exists to help all other student organizations on campus thrive. Through the management of communication channels between organizations, collaboration on programs and initiatives, and facilitation of development programs for organization leaders, The ORG works to provide resources and support that shape involvement at the University of Tennessee.


  • Saturday, January 18: MLK Jr. Day of Service (students register online starting November 15)
  • Friday, February 21 from 2:30-5:30pm: February VOLserve (register on Sign-Up-to-Serve Calendar)
  • Friday, March 12 from 2:30pm-5:30pm: March VOLserve (register on Sign-Up-to-Serve Calendar)
  • Saturday, April 18 from 9am-12pm: April Sustainability VOLserve (register on Sign-Up-to-Serve Calendar)
  • Contacts are Karis Hill ( and Laura Ketola (


VOLbreaks Spring Lottery: Wednesday, January 29 at 7pm in SU 270

  • Students interested in going on a spring VOLbreak trip must attend the lottery to sign up
  • Trips take place during Spring Break
  • Contacts are Julia O’Reilly ( and María Martínez (


Emerging Leaders Applications Open: March 1-31 on JCLS Website

  • Open to rising Sophomores
  • Must be able to take ELPS 310 on Tuesdays/Thursdays from 2:10-3:25pm in Fall 2020
  • Interviews will take place April 1-15
  • Contact is Mandie Beeler (


VOLbreak Leader (VBL) Applications Open: March 1-31 on JCLS Website


Clifton M. Jones Student Leadership Conference: Saturday, March 7, 8am-1pm

  • Students register to attend on our website starting December 2, and the event is free to attend
  • Open to all students
  • Contacts are Brooke Squires ( and Cierra Burnett (


Leadership & Service Scholarships Open: February 15-March 15 on VOLink

  • Open to all students
  • Scholarships range from approximately $500-$2,000
  • Contact is Mandie Beeler (

LeaderShape Campus Session: May 12-17

  • Applications open January 2 on the JCLS Website
  • Will be open to a max of 60 rising sophomores and juniors
  • There will be no charge to students, as long as the student attends after being selected and accepting their selection.
  • Contact is Cierra Burnett (

Opportunities for involvement in student committees.