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.
The graduating students listed below have signed the following Pledge:
I pledge to actively work toward a more socially and environmentally responsible world. I will continue to honor these words long after graduation in my career, relationships, and all other pursuits, and encourage others to embrace this message as well.
Request for Proposals - Ginsberg Student Initiatives Grants
Made possible by the Ron and Eileen Weiser Fund, the Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning invites proposals from University of Michigan student organizations for initiatives that will advance the Center's mission to engage students, faculty, and community members in learning together through community service and civic participation in a diverse democratic society.
Ginsberg Center goals relevant to these grants are:
An alternative break is a trip where a group of college students (usually 10-12 per trip) engage in an immersive community service experience. Alternative breaks may occur during students’ fall, winter, weekend, or summer school breaks. Alternative breaks are also drug and alcohol-free experiences, with a heavy emphasis on group and individual reflection.