at 405 Kerckhoff Hall 308 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, 90024 United States
CSC. Service is our middle name. Representing Service at UCLA since 1965.
The Community Service Commission is one of 13 offices of UCLA's Undergraduate Student Association Council (USAC). CSC represents 23 student-run community service organizations and over 2,000 students each year, making CSC the largest completely student-run, student-initiated community service organization in the nation. Students work together to tutor youths and adults, address the health needs of communities, combat poverty and homelessness, and reach out to incarcerated youth and neglected children. CSC organizations strive to provide communities with the tools to empower themselves and challenge the structures and barriers that keep them from achieving their goals. The commission also aims to centralize the service efforts of the UCLA campus community through issues awareness, collaboration, the Alternative Spring Break program, and large-scale service programming.
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Join us for an info session RIGHT NOW in Kerckhoff 417! Come learn more about CSC and how you can get involved with our projects and programs. PS: We're hiring!
Project BRITE (Bruins Reforming Incarceration Through Education) is selling boba in Bruin Plaza! Support education, not incarceration -- make your day a little BRITEr ;]
PCH will be the selling yummy Pilipino lumpia (with/without rice) and milk tea boba, from 12PM until 3PM tomorrow by the Bruin Bear! facebook.com/events/846912978698388