Currently, the Office of Student Activities and Resource center hopes to build a strong foundation and a series of programs for students to engaged with their community and give back. If you are interested in initiating a community service project, stop by the Office of Student Activities and Resource Center and let us know your idea. We can assist you in getting connected to the right people, student organizations, and other resources to continue your commitment in civic engagement and service.
Below is a list of resources for you to use to start thinking about community service opportunities:
Visit the NYU Center for Student Activities, Leadership and Service on the 7th floor of the Kimmel Center for University Life to find out more information on getting involved in long-term and one-day service projects as well as joining one of 40 community service student club. The office coordinates an array of opportunities with local non-profits in need of a helping hand.
Contact NYU's Office of Civic Engagement, located on the 5th floor of 25 W. 4th Street, to find more more about the largest university-based tutoring program in the nation, America Reads/America Counts and the NYU Jumpstart program.
NYUServiceConnect is an internet recruiting tool linking students to more than 74,000 nonprofit organizations and designed to support a community of nonprofit, volunteer, and business leaders committed to civic engagement. Use the database to find local service organizations and projects near you. Visit the site and login with your NYUHome login information and get started to serve your community!