Leslie Ann Siy is the current Director for the Special Olympics World Games’ Families Program and a Bruin alumna. Read More

Posted on July 2, 2015 | Source: UCLA Volunteer Center

Volunteering and Service as a True Bruin Tradition

Posted on February 25, 2015 | Source: UCLA Volunteer Center

There is an app to tell students what is on the menu at the dining halls, an app to let students know how crowded the gym is, and now there is another app just to help Bruins explore opportunities at UCLA. The True Bruin Traditions Keeper is an app that helps students get more involved in the UCLA community –› Read More

Non-profit Networking Night 2015

Posted on February 10, 2015 | Source: UCLA Volunteer Center

Hosted by the UCLA Volunteer Center, USAC Community Service Commission, Career Center, Residential Life, Alumni Affairs, and Partnership UCLA, the evening features speed networking activities and the opportunity to sit down with professionals and other UCLA students. –› Read More

Mongelli Award, Fall ’14 – Latinas Guiding Latinas

Posted on January 16, 2015 | Source: UCLA Volunteer Center

The UCLA Volunteer Center Fellows are proud to award Latinas Guiding Latinas with the Fall 2014 Mongelli Award for Excellence and Civic Engagement. Latinas Guiding Latinas is a non-profit organization started at UCLA that aims to provide K-12 students from the East Los Angeles and El Monte areas with additional resources to develop their prospects for higher education. –› Read More

Mongelli Award, Fall ’14 – Happy Feet Clinic

Posted on January 16, 2015 | Source: UCLA Volunteer Center

Feet. We use them everyday, but they are often one of the most taken for granted and overlooked parts of the body. It’s a part of the body we don’t really talk about but rely on for so much. The average person will walk 115,000 miles in a lifetime and not give a second thought about their foot health. –› Read More

Volunteer Spotlight: PSCORE

Posted on January 14, 2015 | Source: UCLA Volunteer Center

This school year, three motivated UCLA students decided to study in South Korea through the UCLA Education Abroad Program in order to further their perspective on global education and world issues. Throughout their program at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, Ty Hopp, Joshua St. Clair, and David Ramirez have not only been pursuing education, but also taking to heart the True Bruin Value of Service. –› Read More

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