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Who can volunteer through SERV (State Employees Responding as Volunteers Program)?

SERV gives state employees the opportunity to provide volunteer services to assist in the improvement of the community at accredited non-profit organizations and public entities (including schools).

Eligibility

All employees of the Executive Branch and Higher Education Institutions, who have been successfully employed by the state for at least six (6) months immediately prior to the volunteer request and have applied for, and received approval from their direct supervisors and agency heads or designees, may participate in the SERV Program. Upon returning to the Executive Branch, an employee with a break in service needs to complete six months of employment before being eligible for the SERV program.

Part-time employees are eligible to participate in the program on a pro-rated basis.  (The maximum number of volunteer hours allowed per month is pro-rated in accordance with the number of hours an employee works per month).

Seasonal, intermittent, and contract employees are not eligible.

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