“The point of a university and the point of building a community is to bring people together. And that was the goal of the Community Projects Office.”
This spring, the Public Service Center received two honors.
As a community organizer for the East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy, my job is to work directly with community members.
I did not consider myself an activist for social justice.
Amber Perkins Ellis is fascinated by the forces that shape public education in the United States.
Sarah Funes was drawn to Berkeley in part by the work of the Public Service Center.
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.