The UCLA Volunteer Center will be hosting Non-profit Networking Night with the Career Center, Community Service Commission, and the Office of Residential Life on Tuesday, February 7th from 7-9pm in the De Neve Plaza Rooms. This will be a great opportunity to meet with non-profit organizations that are currently hiring interns and career employees, in addition to many organizations that have open volunteer opportunities. Read MorePosted on February 7, 2012 | Source: UCLA Volunteer Center
UCLA Volunteer Day 2014 is behind us, but we are still thankful for the hard work of thousands of volunteers and team leaders! You painted murals, planted gardens, taught lessons, eight-clapped, and made an impact throughout the city. –› Read More
Learning a new language can be challenging, but through Project SPELL English learners feel empowered to improve their reading, writing, and speaking abilities. You can help this exceptional support program continue to grow and make a lasting difference in the quality of someone’s life as the Project SPELL Assistant. –› Read More
Every year, the UCLA Volunteer Center organizes dozens of service projects, student leadership events, and recognition ceremonies to thank volunteers for their dedication. From the vast logistics required to mobilize thousands of volunteers for UCLA Volunteer Day, to sending a bus filled with service-minded Bruins to One Bus, One Cause projects, creating high caliber events is a trademark of the Center. –› Read More
Louis Tse has a long-standing and passionate commitment to helping individuals in need. He has been a volunteer Big Brother for five years with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, serves as a volunteer crew leader for Habitat for Humanity, reads to elementary school children each month through Reading to Kids, and teaches piano, guitar, and surfing for CoachArt. –› Read More
A pipeline located on Sunset Boulevard ruptured shortly after 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 29, 2014. For approximately four hours, water gushed out onto the street and onto the UCLA campus. Cars were submerged under the constant flow in Parking Structures 4 and 7, and water leaked into some campus buildings and sports facilities including Pauley Pavilion, Bruin Plaza, the John Wooden Center, and the J.D. Morgan Center. Approximately 20 million gallons of water spread from the ruptured pipeline onto the surrounding areas and the UCLA campus. –› Read More
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