To the UCLA Volunteer Center, unity means, “to bring a group of individuals together to create change and understanding, and to connect with those around us.” Unity sees no boundaries, is empowering, and connects all, regardless of any differences. –› Read More
A food service worker, a loving mother of two daughters, an immigrant from Egypt—these are just some of the roles held by Enas Kirellos. –› Read More
Each year, the Volunteer Center is fortunate to work with students from diverse backgrounds who share a love for service and community engagement. This spring, the Center celebrates the graduating seniors who have contributed to its programs and outreach efforts. –› Read More
Throughout high school, students have many visions of what they would like to be when they grow up. Ultimately, some choose to pursue careers in medicine, becoming doctors, optometrists, dentists, or other related professions. –› Read More
Since 2009, LEAP (Leadership and Educational Advancement Program) has promoted leadership and college readiness through mentoring and tutoring to youth at Bethune Middle School and 75th Street Elementary School. –› Read More
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