Volunteer with Project Rebound
Volunteers are at the intentional, relational, and professional core of our program's mission.
Perhaps you have specialized knowledge or a special skill or vocational talent. We seek talented, committed, and patient volunteers as tutors for specific academic disciplines, as well as volunteers with knowledge and skills in computer/tech, A/V, photography, videography and graphic arts. Those with specializations in legal, social work or counseling services are strongly suited to our mission. Whatever your background or level of expertise, if you feel called to serve, we hope to hear from you.
Project Rebound believes in the cultivation and promotion of volunteer talent.
We invite you to complete either the Community Volunteer Application or the Student Volunteer Application and return it to our office.
Intern with Project Rebound
Rebound Scholars and other Cal State Fullerton undergraduate and graduate students who wish to earn academic credit while acquring valuable experience in areas such as human services, social work, non-profit program development and marketing, criminal justice policy research and advocacy, and grant writing, please contact our office about internship opportunities with Project Rebound at Cal State Fullerton or one of our partners in the community.
Connect With Us
California State University, Fullerton is committed to engaging the community and building enduring partnerships to strengthen and enrich the region. Project Rebound actualizes this commitment by fostering community partnerships and joining other CSU campuses to improve communities by helping the men and women who have been involved with the criminal justice system become serious students. A baccalaureate degree transforms lives by broadening cultural and conceptual horizons, honing critical thinking and ethical reasoning skills, and opening new possibilities and career pathways. Project Rebound graduates of California State University, Fullerton will join thousands of proud alumni in being socially conscious, civically engaged, and productive members and leaders of our region.
Community partnerships are integral to the success of Project Rebound. We work with community-based organizations, public interest lawyers, community colleges, local businesses, philanthropic foundations, local benefactors, probation, and parole to support the academic success and social reintegration of formerly incarcerated students.
If you, your organization, agency, or business would like to become involved with Project Rebound at Cal State Fullerton, please contact:
Brady Heiner, Ph.D.
Founder and Executive Director, Project Rebound
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Affiliated Faculty of African American Studies
California State University, Fullerton