Off Campus Community Service Program
"Without community service we would not have a strong quality of life. It's important to the person who serves as well as the recipient. It's the way in which we ourselves grow and develop." -Dorothy Height, Former President of the National Council of Negro Women
WHAT IS THE OFF CAMPUS COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM?
Students that have been awarded Federal Work Study are eligible to work in community service projects at local non-profit and governmental agencies. Students may work with employers who help people meet their need for food, shelter, and health, educate people about their legal and civil rights, protect the environment or wildlife, or support social issues affecting the general welfare. The organizations may not involve sectarian instruction or other religious activities of a church, nor may involve the construction, operation, or maintenance of any portion of a facility used for sectarian instruction or religious worship.