Welcome to the Saint Louis University Center for Service and Community Engagement, your home for becoming connected to the community! Here at the CSCE, we can provide you with a multitude of opportunities to:
We connect students, faculty, staff, and alumni to volunteer opportunities in the community,
We promote community-based scholarship by supporting campus-wide service-learning efforts and fostering university-community research partnerships.
We encourage personal and social responsibility by transforming volunteers into effective servant leaders and advocates of social justice.
Location: Center for Global Citizenship, Suite 130
3672 West Pine Ave
St. Louis, MO 63108
What's Going On Now?
- Welcome/Welcome Back - Ready To Serve?
Interested in serving the community, being a man or a woman for and with others? Then complete a Service Interest Form, and a team member will send you personalized service opportunities based on your interests, major, schedule, and transportation!
Want to volunteer, but only have a little time here and there? Check out our list of upcoming service projects for August and September! Over 25 opportunities to engage the community, many of which are within walking distance to campus or a Metrolink stop.
- 2016-2017 Community Service FWS Jobs Now Available!
Are you Federal Work Study Eligible? Are you interested in making a difference in the community? How about earning $10 per hour doing it? Check out our Community Service Federal Work Study Program, where students can earn their FWS award by tutoring children, working at a homeless shelter, engaging in urban gardening, and many other opportunities! Visit our list of available jobs, and start today!
- 2016-2017 Social Justice and Advocacy Training
Interested in taking your community engagement efforts to the next level? Ready to learn the skills and knowledge necessary to work for long-term, systemic change on an issue of social justice? Apply today for the Social Justice and Advocacy Training! Through a series of six workshops, students will explore concepts and methodologies associated with advocating for positive social change. Students who attend all six workshops are eligible to apply for 1 of 3 PAID social change internships the following Fall!
Click here to learn more and apply...applications due September 30th!