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More than 25 student-initiated groups at UC Berkeley engage in a broad range of community service projects that address vital community needs. As a student, you can get involved with one of the Public Service Center’s affiliated student organizations.

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Cal Rotaract

Thanks to a partnership with the ASUC, registered student groups can apply for funding and support from the Public Service Center to grow and deepen your engagement with the community.

Community Projects

Community Projects (CP) is a registered umbrella organization that supports a coalition of UC Berkeley service organizations in partnership with the Public Service Center. The purpose of Community Projects is to offer service groups the opportunity to network and collaborate, build coalitions with local organizations and across student groups, receive critical funding, and participate in social justice/leadership training imperative to service work. To learn more about Community Projects, click here.

To meet members of the CP executive Committee and Signatories, click here.

2021–2022 Community Projects member organizations

To contact a specific community project member organization, click on the name of the organization.

Academic Cultural Enrichment Coaches


Berkeley Engineers and Mentors

The Berkeley Project (BP)

Cal Habitat for Humanity

Cal Rotaract

Financial Literacy and Economic Justice Conference (FLEJCON)

Oakland Asian Student Educational Services (OASES)

Paper Crane

People’s Test Preparation Services (PTPS)

Rising Immigrant Scholars through Education (RISE)

SAGE Mentorship Project

Suitcase Clinic

The Music Connection


Online Application

Please check again in September 2021 for 2021-2022 new member org application.

Contact Information

  • If you are a registered student organization and have questions about Community Projects, please contact Aileen Pagdanganan at
  • If you are a student interested in one of these student organizations, please contact the student org directly.

Margaret Shyu

“I learned how there are different levels of effectiveness of service. I became critical of my own service work and seeking to improve it through reflection, learning about issues, and focusing on the support volunteers could provide for service organizations rather than the other way around.”

Margaret Shyu, Community Projects Cal Rotaract, 2015, Double Major in Economics and Molecular & Cell Biology
Hometown: Cupertino