USAC Community Service Commission

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Community Service Commission (CSC) is the community service focused office of UCLA student government (USAC). We serve both as an umbrella organization for 34 student-run service projects, and a center for the service efforts of the campus community, using large-scale service programming, and advocacy & awareness initiatives to engage UCLA students in ethical service. CSC projects under our umbrella address issues within the community, using both direct service and advocacy to affect social change. Each of our projects focuses on a particular issue in areas ranging from poverty and homelessness, to education, to health, and beyond. Projects receive direct advisory, transportation and resource support from CSC to strengthen their service efforts. Throughout the year, CSC staff members plan Alternative Break immersion trips, Volunteer Day, Servocacy Fest, Project Bruin, Nonprofit Networking Night, teach-ins and advocacy campaigns. We also partner with other campus organizations and UCLA administration (e.g. Volunteer Center) to co-program service events. Through the Commissioner, we have a voice on USAC to represent service-minded students across campus. Our overall mission is to better the Los Angeles & global community with both direct service and advocacy, and to educate and inspire fellow students to do the same.

Signatories: Carolyn Wang, Elizabeth Lee, and Jeffrey Doeve

Advisor: Pamela R Cysner

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