Michigan State University Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement
Find out how to Volunteer in your community

Find out how to Volunteer in your community

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Loft Party Open House!

Learn about opportunities to volunteer, submit a priority application for an alternative break, and meet our team. Free giveaways, plus a pumpkin spice latte bar! Thursday October, 9th 10:00am - 8:00pm 345 Student Services Building.

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Alternative Spartan Breaks (ASB)

Alternative Spartan Break (ASB) is gearing up for some exciting trips this year. Our three Winter trips are scheduled for December 13-20, 2014. Applications are due October 5th. Our Spring trips are scheduled for March 7-14, 2015. Applications are due October 26, 2014.

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What's Your 110?

Spartans are pledging to serve 110 hours this year to honor the Civil Rights anniversaries celebrated by Project 60/50. Our goal as a community is to give 110,000 hours to Greater Lansing and beyond before MLK Day, January 2015!

Those who participate will receive encouragement and recognition along the way, no matter how many hours they complete. The yearlong Spartan service challenge demonstrates the MSU community's commitment to service.

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The CSLCE Mission

The mission of the Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement at Michigan State University is to provide engaged, issues and service-focused, community-based, mutually beneficial, and integrated learning opportunities, building and enhancing commitment to academics, personal and professional development, and civic responsibility.

Support our Mission

You can help us continue our mission by giving a donation to one of our different support funds.

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CSLCE Partner Spotlight

Clean Water Action

Clean Water Action, a national citizens’ organizations with over 700,000 members nationwide, works for clean and safe water at an affordable cost, control of toxic chemicals, pollution prevention, recycling, and funding and enforcement for environmental protection. Headquartered in Washington, Clean Water Action has field offices in 14 key states, including Michigan. Clean Water Action has volunteer opportunities in communication, community projects, and science and the environment programs.