How Can You Help?
Time and talent are absolutely essential for the continuing success of KUBoK. Night volunteer duties include patrolling, acting as a team captain on patrols, or serving as a shift supervisor. Daytime volunteer duties include fundraising, event planning, making snacks for night volunteers and other duties.
With the assistance of Kutztown Community Partnership, an account has been established at National Penn Bank to accept monetary donations for KUBoK. Checks can be made out to KUBoK and sent to Kutztown Community Partnership (306 W. Main Street, Kutztown, PA 19530) in care of KUBoK. Donations will be used to purchase necessary equipment and supplies for the volunteer while he or she is on patrol.
How Does KUBoK Work?
All individuals interested in volunteering his or her time for evening patrols are required to participate in a training session prior to being scheduled to walk. Training sessions are scheduled several times during the academic year and last approximately one hour in length. The location of the sessions vary on campus facilities and within the Kutztown community. Training sessions are conducted by members of the KUBoK Steering Committee.
The next training opportunity is Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, at 8 p.m. in the McFarland Student Union (MSU) 183. Contact Alana Greene, KUBoK Program Coordinator, at email@example.com or 484-646-9070 for more information or to schedule a training at an alternate time. Group training is also available; feel free to contact Alana for more information on scheduling.
KUBoK operates during the peak social hours of Thursday, Friday, and Saturday while the University is in session during the fall and spring semesters. The shift is from 11:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. with frequent breaks during the shift. Patrols begin and end at 306 W. Main Street, Kutztown.