PSC in the News
Berkeley NewsCelebrating 50 years of public service at Berkeley
Medium7 ways Berkeley students are serving the world
Berkeley newsPSC alum Dick Beahrs recalls MLK's visit to Berkeley 50 years ago.
Berkeley NewsPSC student Natalie Ruiz graduates with high honors.
Amber Perkins Ellis is fascinated by the forces that shape public education in the United States.
Q&A with alumna Victoria Brademan, Class of 1973 with a B.A. in French, and Class of 1980 with a J.D. in Law from Boalt.
The Center is fortunate that Regina Jackson is as passionate about serving youth in Oakland as she is about serving as a co-educator to Cal students.
Adilene experienced a “paradigm shift” in her understanding of social justice work while serving with the Public Service Center, known at that time as Cal Corps.
Bernadette Rabuy, a Political Economy student originally from South San Francisco, has been an active leader in several Public Service Center programs.
Growing up in Bangkok, Thailand, Tara often volunteered in impoverished communities with her mother.
If there’s an expert on UC Berkeley’s Public Service Center, it’s Minh Dang.
As a budding community activist, Terrie Light began serving meals to homeless people living in Oakland’s Jefferson Park.
The Public Service Center is training the next generation of civic leaders.