Enterprise Development Center (EDC)

Alumni Volunteer Program


Alumni Volunteer Program

The EDC Alumni Volunteer Program is a unique opportunity to engage with a community of like-minded professional volunteers, expanding your network and horizons. By joining, you can develop your skills, broaden your expertise, and explore new avenues for personal and professional growth. Through your participation, you contribute to building entrepreneurial leaders in the MSME sector, making a tangible impact on aspiring entrepreneurs and fostering economic growth. Join today to strengthen your network, enhance your skills, and create a brighter future for the MSME sector.
Making a Difference: Volunteering provides an opportunity to have a positive impact on individuals, communities, or causes that need support. It allows you to contribute to something greater than yourself and make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.

Why Volunteer?

Giving Back: Many people have a desire to give back to their community or society as a whole. Volunteering offers a way to share your skills, time, and resources to support and uplift others who may be less fortunate or facing challenges.

Personal Growth and Development: Volunteering can be a transformative experience that helps individuals grow and develop as individuals. It provides opportunities to learn new skills, gain valuable experiences, and broaden perspectives. Through volunteering, individuals often discover new passions, enhance their empathy and compassion, and develop a greater sense of purpose.

Building Relationships and Networking: Volunteering offers a platform to connect with like-minded individuals who share similar values and interests. It provides an opportunity to build meaningful relationships, expand your social network, and collaborate with people from diverse backgrounds.

Acquiring Professional Experience: Volunteering can be an excellent way to gain practical experience and develop skills relevant to your career or future aspirations. It allows you to explore different industries, roles, and responsibilities, demonstrating your commitment and dedication to potential employers or educational institutions.

Enhancing Well-being: Engaging in volunteer work has been linked to improved mental and emotional well-being. It can boost self-esteem, reduce stress, and provide a sense of fulfillment and purpose. Volunteering also allows individuals to focus on the needs of others, fostering a sense of gratitude and perspective.

Learning About Different Cultures and Communities: Volunteer programs often provide opportunities to engage with diverse cultures and communities, fostering cross-cultural understanding and appreciation. This exposure can broaden your horizons, challenge preconceived notions, and promote inclusivity and acceptance.

Creating Social Change: Volunteering is often associated with driving social change and addressing pressing issues such as poverty, inequality, environmental sustainability, and education. By actively participating in volunteer programs, individuals can contribute to larger social movements and advocate for positive change.

Remember, everyone has their own unique motivations for wanting to join a volunteer program. It's essential to identify your personal reasons and align them with the goals and values of the volunteer organization or cause you wish to support.

For Enquiries

Please call Nnenna Ugwu (08174583175), Boma Epelle (07033217601) or email nugwu@pau.edu.ng for details


EDC’s strength lies in it’s network of partners and collaborators, hence a lot of emphasis is being placed on partnership building, collaboration and constantly searching for value-driven initiatives / projects with high societal impact.

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