The Center for Civic Engagement hosts several opportunities for you to engage deeply in the community during your tenure at GW. Visit serve.gwu.edu for more information.
The Mission of the Alternative Breaks Program is to empower and challenge students, staff and faculty to understand their relationship with the global and local communities through direct service, education and reflection, while encouraging personal growth, social awareness, and active citizenship.
DC Reads is the largest tutoring organization at The George Washington University. Both Federal Work Study PAID and volunteer positions are available. This is an opportunity to promote literacy within elementary schools of the District of Columbia.
engageDC (formerly known as Neighbors Project) is a service leadership program within the Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service.
Click here to learn more about the program and how YOU can get involved!
Jumpstart is a national AmeriCorps program that trains and places college students in teams to serve preschools in low-income neighborhoods for an academic year. Jumpstart’s mission is to work toward the day every child in America enters school prepared to succeed.
The GW Community on NobleHour
GW is a community committed to public and community service that makes a significant impact. Last year, together, GW logged over 655,192 hours of community service. As a campus, we do so much more!
Now, it’s easy to record your service. The University has added you as a ‘citizen’ within the online GW community on NobleHour, GW’s official academic and co-curricular community service record for students, staff and faculty. CLAIM YOUR ACCOUNT HERE!