Towson University offers its students a cornucopia of volunteer opportunities and I am so grateful to have the chance to take advantage of them. I entered my freshman year as a participant in Project Serve, a pre-orientation program aimed at introducing incoming freshmen and transfer students to service opportunities both on and off campus. During the past two years, I have continued to volunteer during Project Serve as a lead facilitator. The Big Event at Towson University is the largest day of service on campus. A group of dedicated students plan year-round to make this event as successful and as big as it can be. My role on the planning committee has evolved from coordinating the service sites to, this year, being the director. Although the majority of my recent volunteer experience involves planning for other people to volunteer, I get my volunteer "fix" from participating in more short-term service events. These events include, but are not limited to, Relay for Life, Alternative Break Connections — a service program through Towson — and visiting local non-profits.