The SERVE office trains, advises and supports students and student organizations who seek to address serious social issues through student-led community service, social justice education, and social action.
Every year the Community Action Network matches donors with families in need to supply holiday gifts to children and teens living in public housing. You can choose between buying requested gifts for the child(ren) you have been matched with, making a designated donation, or giving a DTE "Gift of Energy" to the family as a whole. Here's how it works:
Join in recognizing December 2013 graduating seniors, Masters and PhD candidates who have shown dedication to community service, activism and advocacy, or other forms of civic engagement by nominating them for Ginsberg Service Cords.
The following is a list of organizations that are planning alternative break trips for Fall, Winter, Spring or Summer 2013-2014. These organizations are recruiting students to join their trips. If you are interested in any of the opportunities, please use the contact information provided.
This fall, the Ginsberg Center is expanding work in the area of K-12 literacy. We are looking for volunteers interested in facilitating literacy mentorship programs and afterschool book clubs beginning the week of October 1st. To sign up or get more information, please contact email@example.com.
Interested in joining a service organization? Here's a list of of mass meeting dates, times, and locations for various community service student organizations! Click on the name of the student organization to go to their website.
Want Ginsberg to advertise your mass meeting or any of your service events? Complete this form.
Several student organizations engage in alternative breaks to further their understanding of serious social issues through participant in community service. The Ginsberg Center provides $500 grants to 10-15 organizations every year in addition to advising, workshops and resources to help the groups prepare for their trip. Here's this year Alternative Break Greant recipients for 2012-2013: