“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.”
In March, several alumni of BUILD, a literacy mentoring program, returned to campus, eager to share their path from literacy mentor to education professional.
This spring the Public Service Center sponsored nine Alternative Break trips that immersed students in a social justice issue.
As the daughter of farmworkers in California's Central Valley, I know firsthand of the many barriers that low-income people and their children face.
As an English Language Learner in elementary school, Martin Perez had fallen behind, and his insecurities resulted in poor behavior.
Sean Diaz graduated from UC-Berkeley in 2009 with a major in English.
We're excited to share that Public Service Center alum, Lanre Akinsiku, recently released a new series of Young Adult books.
Amber Perkins Ellis is fascinated by the forces that shape public education in the United States.
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.