Steppin' Out is a program providing service to the greater-Waco community by coordinating volunteer service days once each semester. Steppin' Out strives to enhance student involvement in community service and attain community awareness, interaction, and collaboration between Baylor University and the Waco community. Additionally, Steppin' Out seeks to provide opportunities for experiential learning, civic leadership, and social responsiblity.
When: Saturday, November 7, 2015.
Where: Greater Waco Area
Volunteer with Us
Baylor students, sign up to volunteer as part of an organization you are a member of, with a group of friends, or as an individual!
Staff and Faculty, join in the fun by registering with your department, getting your class involved, or joining with one of the many student groups going out! You are also invited to bring your family and join the celebration at Dewey Park for the Block Party which follows Steppin’ Out from 2-5.
Sign Up Now!
We would love the opportunity to serve you as part of our community. Acceptable job requests include: yard work, gardening, trash clean up, window washing, and painting (conditions apply). We would be glad to work with you to accommodate any other job requests.
Register your job request HERE.
A Tradition of Service
The first Steppin' Out was held in the spring of 1985. At that time, Steppin' Out was a full week of events leading up to the big day of service.
In 1989, the project became a one day event occurring in both the fall and spring semesters. By 1993 Steppin' Out was chartered as an independent organization under the Department of Student Activities. From the beginning, Steppin' Out has been organized and led by students.
Spring 2010 marked Steppin' Out's 25th anniversary and both Baylor students and the Waco community participated in this celebration with record-high numbers.
Steppin' Out is one of the largest community service projects on American college campuses and is nationally recognized for its commitment to service.