Students who regularly participate in the LTU Service Saturday projects as well as other volunteer opportunities through their student organizations and local non-profit organizations are eligible for a variety of scholarships and awards throughout the year.
Michigan Campus Compact recognizes students across the state of Michigan for devoting their time and talents to building stronger, safer, and connected communities. There are three award: Heart and Soul, Commitment to Service, and Outstanding Community Impact. To nominate students who you think deserve these awards, please fill out this form.
Lawrence Tech students are nominated through the Office of Leadership Programs as well as the President's Office.Awards are presented to students during the month of April in Lansing.
The Lawrence Tech Student Volunteer of the Year Award was established to recognize students who have made positive contributions to their community through volunteerism and service.
Nominations can come from fellow students, faculty, or staff. Individuals can also nominate themselves.
Nomination forms for 2013 - 2014 are not yet available. Check back soon.
Recipients of the award are recognized every year at the Student Government Awards Banquet.
2012-2013 Student Volunteer of the Year- Kimberly Klieber
Since 1994, Michigan's Governor and her/his spouse have been hosting the Governor's Service Awards to pay tribute to outstanding volunteers from across Michigan. These volunteers demonstrate the power of giving and caring every day, and the Governor's Service Awards are one small way we can thank them for their commitment. Although volunteers don't expect accolades, we know volunteer recognition leads to volunteer retention.
Finalist for the Governor's Service Award of Youth Volunteer of the Year 2013-
Kimberly (Kim) Klieber of Westland is a college sophomore at Lawrence Technological University and an avid volunteer. Her volunteering career began in 2006 when Kim created the Environmental Protection and Information Club (EPIC) at her high school to help cultivate a wildlife habitat on the school grounds. In addition to her service and leadership to EPIC, Kim also volunteered her time to school blood drives, soup kitchens, Meals on Wheels, and a variety of other community projects. Years later as a college student, Kim remains committed to serving others. Previously serving as a Michigan Service Scholar AmeriCorps member, Kim also volunteers her time as first-year student mentor at her university and as service provider to special needs children at Friendship Circle. In addition to the fundraising efforts Kim leads for the Arthritis Walk, Children's Miracle Network and other local charities, Kim is also the president of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Chi Rho Chapter of the Order of Omega Greek Honor Society
For more information, contact:
Director, Leadership Programs