To date, Palm Beach Atlantic students have volunteered 3 million hours.
Whether you want to help repair communities damaged by natural disasters or do arts and crafts with children from low-income homes, you’ll quickly discover that you gain far more from Workship than you give. View video of PBA Workship's recent collaboration with Feeding Children Everywhere.
Our students volunteer at nonprofit agencies, churches and schools such as:
To find out more information about Workship, your accumulated Workship hours, upcoming projects and more, email the Workship Office or call (561) 803-2580.
Students looking for Workship opportunities can visit the calendar.
The President’s 2014 Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll recognized Palm Beach Atlantic University's Workship program. The President's Honor Roll annually recognizes colleges and universities that actively serve and help solve issues within their communities by placing students on a path to continual community engagement. The President's Honor Roll recognizes higher education institutions in General Community Service, Interfaith Community Service, Economic Opportunity and Education.