Come join us to learn how you can make the difference in another person’s life and become a leader in your community.
An exploration of the exciting possibilities and opportunities of a UCLA volunteer.
(A two part program: First an expert panel discussion followed by a community service fair)
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
7pm to 9:30pm
DeNeve Auditorium and Plaza Room
Looking for ways to get more involved at UCLA?
Looking for ways to explore your major and job opportunities?
Want to make a difference in someone’s life?
Interested in developing your Bruin network of friends and contacts?
Part 1: Panel Discussion 7:00-8:00pm DeNeve Auditorium
Join us for a frank discussion about the exciting and varied ways you can get involved in projects and service opportunities throughout the City of Los Angeles. Presenters include: Jasmine Hill (USAC President), D’Artagnan Scorza (UCLA PhD Student and former UC Student Regent), TreePeople (Environmental non-profit), My Friends Place (Serving homeless youth and children), Educating Young Minds (non-profit learning center), The Giving Spirit (Serving LA’s homeless), Salvation Army Transitional Housing (Serving Veterans, Emancipated Youth and more), City of LA – Community Service and more!
Part 2: Community Service Fair 8:00pm-9:00pm – DeNeve Plaza Room
Community Programs Office, USAC Community Service Commission (CSC),
UCLA Career Center, Center for Community Learning and more.