Posted on 08 February 2013
The people of the Central Valley can’t get enough fresh food, even though they live in the nation’s produce basket Imagine working in one of the vastest agricultural lands in the world; farming and cultivating mass amounts of produce for others, while having little to no food available for you and your own family. Would [...]
Posted on 22 September 2012
Bay Area nonprofits, social service, government, environmental and faith-based organizations to learn about volunteer positions, internships, service-learning and paid positions!
Posted on 21 October 2009
Sophomore member of ACE Bethany Schmid discusses her experience with service learning at USF and how it has broadened her perspective on the world.
Posted on 08 April 2009
While many students make an effort to avoid the notorious Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco, other students are adjusting to the neighborhood through their service learning projects. To help students become familiar with the community and to make the most out of their service projects, the Office of Service Learning and Community Action employs several students as advocates for community engagement (ACEs) to act as “a liaison between students, teachers and organizations”, said Devon Davey, a senior international studies major and an ACE for the Glide Foundation, a homeless community center located in the Tenderloin.
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