CRW Volunteer Program


Campus Recreation and Wellness has two different options for students to assist with the administration of our various programs, services and facilities.

  1. Volunteer - Students are able to volunteer for Campus Recreation and Wellness's programs for academic credit, enjoyment and/or practical experience. Please see the steps below in order to start the short process.
  2. Community/Campus Service - Students also have the option to satisfy required/recommended community/campus service hours given to them by an attorney or by ECU's Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities by serving within the CRW housekeeping department. Those students should click here for additional information.
How do I become a CRW volunteer?
  • Individuals must join the Volunteer and Service Learning Center portal AND the Campus Recreation and Wellness portal through OrgSync (click link to join, register in top right corner of page and then join the Volunteer and Service Learning Center and CRW portals y searching for their portals in the search bar).
  • The CRW portal is password protected. Complete the Campus Recreation and Wellness (CRW) volunteer under "Forms" in the CRW portal.
  • Complete the Campus Recreation and Wellness (CRW) volunteer application under "forms" in the CRW portal.
  • Once the application is complete, individuals will be messaged the password to join the CRW portal via an Org Sync message.
  • After joining the portal, individuals may sign up for events through CRW's OrgSync portal. You may also visit the Calendar of Activities to see what events are coming up.
  • Individuals will then volunteer at CRW events and will record their hours through OrgSync.
  • Email Mark Parker at with questions.

Top reasons to volunteer with Campus Rec and Wellness:

  • Be involved with recreational activities and programs in an energetic, fun, and active setting
  • Diverse volunteer options within a number of program areas to gain valuable experience and insight into various facets of recreation administration
  • Easy access to activity locations primarily on the East Carolina University campus
  • Good collaborative working relationships with numerous ECU academic class instructors
  • Referrals for student part-time job position vacancies at Campus Recreation & Wellness
  • The opportunity to continue volunteer work in subsequent semesters for those individuals with satisfactory performance
Contact information
Mark Parker, Assistant Director for Intramural Sports and Youth & Family
Campus Recreation & Wellness
East Carolina University
128 Student Recreation Center
Greenville, NC  27858-4353
(252) 328-6387 (phone)
(252) 328-6562 (fax)