The Haas Center for Public Service has selected two recipients for its Social Impact Grant, a newly created award that offers undergraduates and co-terms up to $1,000 to execute projects with the “potential to make a significant impact.”
The ASSU is teaming up with the Haas Center for Public Service and the Career Development Center (CDC) to improve the support for students looking… Continue Reading »
In its second year, the Thanksgiving Back (TGB) program, sponsored by Alternative Spring Break (ASB), received nearly twice as many applicants as last year, filling all trip slots and waitlists, according to TGB Associate Director Thanh Nguyen ‘14, M.A. ‘14.
This year more than 50 students will participate in five service-learning trips—addressing topics that range from mental health to entrepreneurship across the Bay Area—over Thanksgiving break.
In an effort to incorporate community involvement into undergraduate education, several University offices have collaborated to offer a three-year Directors of Community Engaged Learning (D-CEL) pilot program.
Student teams presented proposals to the Haas Center for Public Service’s Executive Director Thomas Schnaubelt and Director of Executive Partnerships Kelly Beck, who served as judges.