Fall 2019 Service Learning Packets for EDTE 255 & 265 are due Friday, September 6th by 5pm. All other Service Learning Packets are due Friday September 13th by 5pm.
*Important Updates for CAVE Volunteers about TB Tests as of August, 2019*
Due to a national shortage of TB Tests, the Health Center currently has a limited supply of TB Tests. They still can administer TB Assessments free for students.
How do I know whether I need a TB Assessment or a TB Test?
If you are volunteering in schools in Chico Unified you only need documentation of a negative TB Assessment within four years to be cleared by CAVE.
A TB Assessment is a survey to assess your risk of having TB. The Student Health Center can perform the TB Assessment for free.
If you are working with older adults you need documentation of a negative TB Test within one year to be cleared by CAVE. If you are volunteering in a school and have a positive TB Assessment, you will need documentation of a negative TB Test within four years.
A TB Skin Test is administered by a health professional in two visits. On the first visit the test is placed and you must return within 48-72 hours to have a health professional read the result.
Where can I get a TB Test if I can’t get one at the Health Center?
Currently, Butte County Public Health and Enloe Hospital still have TB Tests at a cost. Please see the information below and get your TB Test done as soon as possible, as supplies may run out.
|Name||Address||Phone||Up Front Cost||Appointment Needed?|
|Butte County Public Health Center – Chico||695 Oleander Avenue
Chico, CA 95926
|Enloe Prompt Care at California Park||888 Lakeside Village Commons
Chico, CA 95926
Can I get reimbursed?
CAVE will reimburse up to $35 for tests for CAVE volunteers and CAVE staff only. You will need a receipt of a test between July and October of 2019.
If you have any questions, please contact our office at 530-898-5817
Community Action Volunteers in Education (CAVE) is a student-run, non-profit volunteer organization, offering more than 12 volunteer programs.
CAVE’s mission is to provide Chico State students with meaningful volunteer opportunities, to develop student leaders, and to serve a broad base of community needs. Our philosophy is the community should be a classroom for hands-on learning, and our motto is “Life is for Learning.” – Testimonials
Established in 1966, our student-run programs serve children, older adults, people experiencing homelessness as well as working on environmental projects and with local animal shelters. We also assist with placements for students enrolled in service learning courses.
Annually, more than 2,000 students provide over 60,000 hours of community service through CAVE!
A CAVE volunteer or service learning experience gives students a chance to:
- Make new friends
- Explore career and personal interests
- Develop job skills
- Increase self-confidence
- Enrich your education
- Make a difference for others and in your community