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  • Vehicles For Service | Office of Active Citizenship and Service | Vanderbilt University
    and learn more about the Vehicle Loan Procedures Please come on Tuesday Wednesday or Thursday from 1 30pm 4 00pm August 26 2014 April 25 2015 OACS Vehicle Loan Program The OACS vehicles are available to use for service projects within Davidson County All Vanderbilt students faculty and staff are eligible to drive once they have completed the drive certification or renewal procedures To use an OACS vehicle for a service project you ll need to follow these easy steps Complete driver authorization or renewal procedures above Complete the OACS Vehicle Request Form you must be logged in to AnchorLink There are only six vehicles available two minivans and four cars so please make your reservation after confirmation of your service project On the day of your service activity Monday Friday pick up the keys from Sarratt Rand room 305A between 7 30am 4 15pm Return the key to Sarratt ticket desk after 4 30pm For a weekend reservation please pick up your keys by 4 15pm on Friday Return the key to Sarratt Rand ticket desk after the service project Remember Vanderbilt students are not allowed to transport non Vanderbilt students in OACS vehicles without a signed waiver from the parent guardian of a minor or the adult you will be transporting The waivers are available in the OACS office please see your advisor to obtain the appropriate form In the event of an accident it s important for you to have read the Vehicle Accident Reporting Procedure We recommend you do so immediately before proceeding OACS Vehicle Use Policy Students can use OACS vehicles only for service projects Students who want to use one of the OACS vehicles must be OACS certified This includes taking the Online Driver s module and completing a background check OACS certified students

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/oacs/for-students/vehicle-for-service/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Reserve a P-Card & Manage Finances | Office of Active Citizenship and Service | Vanderbilt University
    to the OACS office within 24 hours of check out NOTES Works just like a credit card For any purchase related to your student organization Please request well in advance Card is checked out on a first come first serve basis Please notice that any failure to abide by the Vanderbilt P Card Policies will result in a personal loss of P Card access If you have a question about a policy don t hesitate to contact your advisor Your OACS Advisor s Vanderbilt Purchasing Card Your advisor holds a Vanderbilt Credit Card that can be used to make purchases online or over the phone though this card is especially suited for paying orders by phone Make an appointment with your advisor to purchase items Return the receipt for your purchase to your advisor The purchase will be assigned and withdrawn from your organization s account at the end of the month Check Requests Check Request Used to reimburse students and vendors You can request a check payment of purchase but you must provide an invoice for the exact amount of the bill You can also submit a receipt and be reimbursed for expenses Please keep in mind Vanderbilt DOES NOT pay taxes 1180 Request For any purchase or fund transfer on campus Email holly j jones vanderbilt edu For purchases on Vanderbilt s Campus Transfers money directly from your account to another university account Requires your advisor s signature Deposits OACS Deposit Sheet Must be filled out for all deposits to your student organization account You will need to itemize all cash coins and checks Submit deposits immediately after a fundraising event This is extremely important More on Financials FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid http studentaid ed gov PORTALSWebApp students english index jsp Edog Online Transaction Ledger

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/oacs/for-students/reserv-a-p-card-finances/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Find Funding for Service | Office of Active Citizenship and Service | Vanderbilt University
    influence public policy decisions that affects their communities CAPAL Scholars are awarded 2 000 each for the successful completion of a summer internship of their choice as well as the development of a Community Action Plan Giving Soul Amount 250 Target Anyone with 2 0 GPA or higher Ingram Scholarship Program Amount Tuition and Stipend Target Freshmen and Sophomores Ingram Scholars receive full tuition support each year plus stipends for special summer service projects Scholars are required to maintain a twenty hour monthly service commitment and to complete at least one but no more than two summer service projects Summer support is also available for students to work closely with a faculty member on a research service project Ingram Scholars meet weekly in large and small groups to discuss individual and collective progress and to reflect on the personal meaning and societal implications of service JW Saxe Memorial Fund for Public Service Amount 2 000 Target College University students Students must be involved in public service The award is meant to enable the student to gain practical experience in public service by taking a no pay or low pay job or internship during a summer or other term Preference will be given to applicants who have already found such a position but who require additional funds The James M and Virginia M Smith Scholarship Fund Amount 2 000 Target Students with 3 0 GPA or higher Students must demonstrate financial need be pursuing a degree in arts and sciences human services music or ministry and demonstrate a commitment to community service Learn Intern and Volunteer in Latin America LIV Fund Amount 500 Target Anyone of 18 years Specifically for travel to Latin American countries including Ecuador Michael B Keegan Travelling Fellowship Target Graduating VU Senior The Michael B Keegan Fellowship

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/oacs/for-students/opportunities-in-the-community/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Fall Service Fair at the Commons | Office of Active Citizenship and Service | Vanderbilt University
    Service Fair is an annual event aimed at introducing First Year students to service volunteerism and active citizenship at Vanderbilt This includes learning about the Office of Active Citizenship Service and the ways our office supports getting involved locally nationally or internationally and the resources and programs available to support that mission The Service Fair is also an opportunity to meet service leaders on campus who are guiding various service efforts and hear more about the types of issues being grappled with and addressed particularly in Nashville what being involved in service initiatives is like and how it benefits students and to have an opportunity to sign up for more information about these organizations and or upcoming opportunities and programs including the Weekend of Service Service Fair 2013 The Event Tables are set up in the location of the fair for each individual Service Organization This is a great opportunity to highlight specific service groups their mission and work and any upcoming opportunities i e the Weekend of Service This is also a time for service leaders to share materials display descriptive boards or images if they bring any and any other interesting tabling materials or supplies Table giveaways are

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/oacs/for-students/fall-service-fair-at-the-commons/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Register to Vote | Office of Active Citizenship and Service | Vanderbilt University
    to students in attendance at Vanderbilt The voter registration form and instructions for the State of Tennessee are available at http www state tn us sos election forms ss 3010 pdf Copies of the form may also be obtained from the Office of Active Citizenship and Service Rand 305 the front desk at the Sarratt Student Center and the front desk at the Commons Center Please note that the deadline for voter registration in Tennessee is thirty days before an election The deadline for submission of the voter registration form is 5pm on Tuesday October 7 2014 Election Day is Tuesday November 4 2014 Early voting will take place October 15 October 30 2014 Students who will vote in Tennessee should be aware that the Tennessee photo identification requirement specifies that university identification cards will not be accepted at the polls http www tn gov sos election photoID htm Tennessee residency requirements may be found at http www tn gov sos election residency htm If you are an out of state resident the United States Election Assistance Commission provides information regarding voter registration and absentee voting as well as links to all state election commission sites at http www eac gov voter resources contact your state aspx Voter registration information and requirements also may be found at http www canivote org Registering to vote in Tennessee will in no way affect your federal financial aid or any other grants or scholarships that do not have a specific residency requirement However there are some sources of financial aid or scholarships and grants that are conditioned upon residency in another state If you receive any sort of financial assistance that is limited to residents of a state other than Tennessee registering to vote as a resident of the State of Tennessee may

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/oacs/for-students/register-to-vote/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Serve In Nashville | Office of Active Citizenship and Service | Vanderbilt University
    Organizations Start a Service Organization For Service Leaders Resources for Your Organization Annual Service Leaders Conference Students Vehicles For Service Reserve a P Card Manage Finances Find Funding for Service Fall Service Fair at the Commons Register to Vote Serve In Nashville Connect with OACS Organizations Connect with Local Non profits Service Calendar Weekends of Service Fall Weekend of Service MLK Weekend of Service Nichols Humanitarian Fund Pathfinder Award Serve

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/oacs/serve-in-nashville/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Connect with OACS Organizations | Office of Active Citizenship and Service | Vanderbilt University
    Pathfinder Award Connect with OACS Organizations Get Connected Here at OACs we facilitate a vast range of opportunities to serve in and around Nashville the USA and the world Below we have provided a list of those service organizations for you to connect with Click on the links to be directed to their website where you will find contact details and other information Student Service Organizations OACs advises over 70

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/oacs/serve-in-nashville/connect-with-oacs-organizations/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Connect with Local Non-profits | Office of Active Citizenship and Service | Vanderbilt University
    important and interesting work A list of these organizations can be downloaded here List of Community Organizations by Interest Area We also encourage you to explore the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee s website Giving Matters to browse organizations by issue area A really great resource Find it HERE Health Wellness and Medical Services American Red Cross GlobeMed National Office Hope Clinic Hope Lodge Hospital Hospitality House Make A Wish McGruder Family Resource Center Nashville Branch of the American Cancer Society Nashville CARES Operation Smile Park Center for the Recovery from Mental Illness Planned Parenthood Shade Tree Clinic Siloam Health Center United Way of Metropolitan Nashville Vanderbilt Pre Nursing Society Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center Food Insecurity Homelessness and Poverty 2nd Street Church Corinthian Baptist Dismas House Families First Fannie Battle Nashville Mobile Market Nashville Rescue Mission Project S H A R E Room in the Inn Safe Haven Second Harvest Food Bank St Luke Community Education and Youth Development Adventure Science Center Best Buddies TN Books from Birth of Middle Tennessee Buena Vista Elementary Eakin Elementary Fall Hamilton Elementary Girls on the Run Glencliff High School Glendale Elementary School Jones Paideia Magnet School Lawrence Elementary The Martha O Bryan Center McGavok Elementary School McMurray Middle School The Nashville Children s Theatre Next Steps Pencil Partners Foundation Ride for Reading Robert Churchwell Magnet Elementary Ronald McDonald House St Mary Villa Church Daycare Sylvan Park Elementary Teach For America VSVS to Teach Elementary Schools Warner Elementary West End Middle School Whitsitt Elementary School Youth Encouragement Services Various General Service Community Development Housing Fundraising Finance etc Cheekwood Habitat for Humanity Nashville Hands on Nashville Lwala Community Alliance Nashville Zoo Traveling Service Domestic and International Americorps Recovery Bay Area Youth Positives Global Solutions to Infectious Disease La Esperanza Lincoln Village Ministry Project Inform Project

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/oacs/serve-in-nashville/connect-with-local-non-profits/ (2016-02-16)
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