Taking part in volunteer activities can provide valuable experiences that cannot be obtained by studying at a university. In addition, it may help in finding one’s direction while meeting new friends. Tokyo Institute of Technology receives volunteer-recruiting information from various organizations, where students can use their talents while engaging in volunteer work. We encourage our students to devote their time to society.Students are requested to carry out activities based on Tokyo Tech Response to COVID-19 "Extracurricular activities" against the new coronavirus infection.
Tokyo Tech VG (Student Volunteer Group)
Tokyo Tech VG (Student Volunteer Group) was established by the minded students who worked as reconstruction volunteers in the disaster-hit areas after the Great East Japan Earthquake in March 11, 2011. The members of this group joined “Tokyo Institute of Technology Photo Washing Project” in September of the same year for the people whose photos were damaged by the earthquake and Tsunami. Their activities began gaining momentum on campus and now they plan and run many projects. This group is currently focusing on the latest project "Children's Cafeteria", which just began in August 2018. Tokyo Tech VG is seeking students who want to try something new as well as giving back to the community and contributing to society.
Volunteer Activity Form
Before applying for each volunteer work, please obtain permission from your academic supervisor, or, for undergraduate students, from the Chair of First-year Studies, department chair, or academic advisor. Please submit the Volunteer Activity form with his/her signature to the Student Guidance Room at Ookayama Campus (Main Building, Basement, Room 44) (Map) or the Student Support Group at Suzukakedai Campus (J1 Building, Floor 1)(Map).
The Institute updates the recruitment information from public organizations when we receive. Please visit the Student Guidance Room at Ookayama Campus (Main Building, Basement, Room 44) for taking a look at the original recruitment leaflets, application guidelines or archives.(Map).
Edogawa-ku Teaching Volunteers （Posted on March 4, 2020）
Organizer ： EDOGAWA Board of Education, Educational Promotion Division
Volunteering Period ： All year
Recruitment Period ： All year
Futher Information ： Edogawa-ku Teaching Volunteers in Public Schools(Japanese)
Webpage：EDOGAWA Board of Education (Japanese)
Arakawa-ku Teaching Volunteer （Posted on February 27, 2020）
Organizer： Department of Childeren and Families
Volunteering Day & Time ： Every Mon, Wed & Fri 4:00pm-8:00pm (can choose your available day)
Volunteering Period ： until March 31, 2021 (tentative)
More Information ： Recruitment of Teaching Volunteer(Japanese)
Webpage：Arakawa Volunteer Recruiting (Japanese)
After-school teaching volunteers at public elementary and junior high schools in Adachi Ward (Posted on September 6, 2019)
Sponsor: ADACHI Board of Education, Educational Policy Division
Volunteering period: All year
Recruitment period: All year
Further information: After-school teaching volunteers at public elementary and junior high schools in Adachi Ward (Japanese)
Web page: Teaching Volunteers in Adachi Ward (Japanese)
Volunteers for severely disabled children in Minato Ward (Posted on July 12, 2019)
Organizer: MINATO Welfare for the severely disabled
Volunteering period: Saturday, winter vacation, spring vacation * Please see below for details.
Further information: MINATO support project for children with severe disabiiies (Japanese)
Information from the university
Guidelines for students volunteering in disaster-stricken areas
Detailed information: uidelines for students volunteering in disaster-stricken areas
"About participating as a Tokyo Olympic volunteer"
Volunteer activities in the affected areas of the Kumamoto Earthquake
Detailed information: Volunteer activities in the affected areas of the Kumamoto Earthquake (June 20, 2016) (Japanese)
Volunteer activities for the Great East Japan Earthquake
Detailed information: Student_Volunteering_in_Disaster-Stricken_Areas (Updated: June 20 , 2016) (Japanese)
About Tokyo Tech VG (Student Volunteer Group)
Student Initiative Support Office, Student Support Center
Place: Ookayama Campus 80th Anniversary Hall 1F
E-mail : email@example.com
Tel : 03-5734-7629
Volunteer information and Volunteer Activity Form
Support Planning Group, Student Support Division, Student Services Department
Location: Ookayama Campus West Bldg. 8, Floor 1, Room E102
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel : 03-5734-3011