Mystery Service Saturdays

About

Mystery Service Saturday is a program in Leadership and Civic Engagement where students are given the chance to explore the social and volunteer opportunities around North Carolina.  Students will embark to an unknown local service organization and provide their help. Afterwards, students will be taken to a fun social activity that explores local North Carolina culture, as well as allows students to interact with those they have served with!  Be excited for the element of surprise and the enjoyment of service!

Upcoming

Mystery Service Saturday: Deluxe Edition

October 27th 8:00 AM

This month, we are featuring a special Mystery Service Saturday as we will be taking an even bigger group than usual on our trip! Where we usually take about 15, this time we will be taking a crew of 40 volunteers! Invite your friends to join us for this deluxe service excursion!

Mystery Service Saturday volunteers will meet at 8:00 AM at the Reynolds Bus Loop which is located next to the Tech Tower outside of Talley Student Union and Reynolds Coliseum. Transportation will be provided for the rest of the event. The return time is still TBA.

After 40 individuals sign up for the event each additional sign up will be put on a waitlist. Members of the waitlist will be emailed if a spot becomes available to attend the event. Registration will close on Thursday, October 24th.

Visit the link below to enroll. If you don’t have an account with the NC State Service Site, you will be asked to sign-up!

https://service.dasa.ncsu.edu

For any questions regarding the event, please email Adrian Pavone at leadandengage-service@ncsu.edu.

Past Mystery Service Saturdays

MSS: International Edition

  • September 22, 2018
  • Partnering with the Global Training Institute (GTI), participants had the opportunity to serve with 27 students from Japan’s Nagoya University. After an opportunity to get to know each other over lunch, these volunteers split into two groups to complete service with Mission Thrift and Note in the Pocket, two donation-based clothing charities. Here the groups had the chance to sort through and quality check donations which will ultimately be given to those unable to purchase clothing necessities. After the service, the groups reconvened and participated in a discussion about cultural experience and how it pertains to volunteerism.