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Collaborating with TAMIU as a Signature Partner provides many incentives for your agency!  Launched in Fall 2014, Partnership TAMIU is a nomination-based community engagement agreement designed to enhance existing relationships between TAMIU and external agencies by: helping community partners to meet its agency's mission and goals, promote the exchange of resources between the University and community agency, and exhibit a commitment to social responsibility by address issues of public concern. The selected Signature Partners sign a two-year Memorandum of Agreement with TAMIU for exclusive collaborative efforts.

The TAMIU family is always ready to serve others and maKe a lasting impact in the community. To request volunteers, please complete the Volunteer Request Form at least 30 days before your service event.
To host a donation drive on campus, please submit a Donation Drive Request Form at least 15 days before your donation drive event.

HOW TO BECOME A PARTNER

TAMIU accepts nominations for Partnership TAMIU year round. The selection process occurs in the summer with formal signing during the annual Make a Difference Week Kick-off.  Self-nominations can be submitted by completing the Signature Partner Application Form.  TAMIU students, faculty or staff members can nominate an agency/non-profit organization by completing the Partnership TAMIU Nomination Form.

Benefits

  • Promotion of volunteer opportunities on TAMIU Community Engagement's website
  • Access to set up information tables on campus
  • Maintain a relationship with TAMIU students and student organizations
  • Participation in TAMIU Service Committee
  • Receive first preference to host Make a Difference Day or Big Event initiatives

Requirements

  • Must sign Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)
  • Must attend an annual training offered by the Office of Student Conduct and Community Engagement
  • Must offer at least one (1) volunteer opportunity per semester for TAMIU students
  • Volunteer opportunities must be in compliance with TAMIU risk management policies

SIGNATURE PARTNERSHIP

  • Casa de Misericordia
  • CASA Voz de Niños
  • Diocese of Laredo
  • Cutural Institue of Mexico in Laredo
  • Literacy Volunteers of Laredo
  • NeighborWorks Laredo
  • Rio Grande International Study Center
  • Southwest Key Programs, Inc. Las Promesas de Laredo
  • Special Olympics Texas Area 21
  • Workforce Solutions of South Texas
  • Laredo Area Community Foundation
  • Laredo Chamber of Commerce
  • Laredo Crime Stoppers
  • South Texas Food Bank
  • United Way of Laredo
  • Ruthe B. Cowl Rehabilitation Center
  • Cultural Institute of Mexico in Laredo
  • CASA Voz de Niños
  • Washington's Birthday Celebration Association
  • Workforce Solution of South Texas
  • NeigborWorks Laredo
  • Bethany House of Laredo
  • Children's Advocacy Center of Laredo-Webb County
  • Habitat for Humanity of Laredo- Webb County
  • Literacy Volunteers of Laredo
  • Ruthe B. Cowl Rehabilitation Center
  • Special Olympics Texas Area 21
  • The Laredo Rotary Club
  • Volunteers Serving the Need
  • Azteca Economic Development and Preservation Corporation
  • Children's Advocacy Center
  • Ruthe B. Cowl Rehabilitation Center
  • Serving Children and Adults in Need, Inc.
  • South Texas Food Bank
  • Volunteers Serving the Need
  • Voz de Ninos - Court Appointed Special Advocates