Center for Service
MCLA has robust and dynamic civic learning and community service programming. These high impact experiences enrich your academics, strengthen your professional development, position you to be a leader on and off campus, and provide you the competencies for effective participation in civic and democratic life.
MCLA's commitment to civic engagement and community building is reflected in the over 90,000 hours that MCLA students devoted to community service and service learning during the last five academic years.
LEAD Academy: LEAD Academy prepares freshmen to excel at MCLA, discover pathways to success in college, and distinguish themselves as leaders both on and off campus.
Service Programs: Perform local or international community service during the academic year, or join an intensive program during Spring Break.
Service Events: Participate in fun orientation programs for freshmen, a Halloween party for elementary school children, community clean up days, clothing drives, or raise awareness for hunger and homelessness.
Service Scholarships & Leadership Opportunities: Become a Steve Green Scholar or student program coordinator for the Center for Service, attend local workshops and conferences on service learning, engage in an internship position, or apply for a civic engagement grant.
Service Learning: Discover new opportunities here at MCLA! Take service learning classes or join the Service Learning Advisory Committee or Operations Committee. Develop strong leadership and communication skills while gaining hands-on field experience, and help identify and solve community issues while working with community leaders.
308 Amsler Campus Center